I’ve just come across a recent survey from Bigmouthmedia that claims that 79 out of the 100 top UK PR companies don’t offer online PR services. They also say that only 14% of the operations that claimed to have new media covered published their own blogs. And that taken as a whole, only 11% of… Read more »
Posts Tagged: digital pr
Don’t know how I missed this one, but last week – and without much fanfare – Google announced that it would now reveal approximate search volumes from within its Keyword Tool. The excellent Jason Baer at the Convince and Convert blog makes some very good observations as to why this is going to have a… Read more »
Press releases suck says Sally Whittle. She lists five reasons why most press releases get deleted: 1. Your sentences are too long 2. Your client descriptors make no sense. 3. Your quotes come from robots. 4. Jargon, jargon, jargon. 5. You sent it to the wrong people. Read Sally’s post for the detail behind each… Read more »
Well, almost. The latest Daryl Willcox digital PR video is now up – and according to Chime Communications CEO Chris Satterthwaite PR agencies should “embrace the digital world so firmly that sometimes some of your clients say you’re almost excluding everything else”. Couldn’t agree more.
This Wikipedia entry for Digital PR is curious for a variety of reasons. First up, it has clearly been flagged as an orphan entry (ie few or no other articles link to it). Second, it has been marked as a blatant piece of ad fluffery. And when you read it, you note the very poor… Read more »