Assumptions: While I don’t know all of you, I’m guessing that if you are reading this post you are probably a PR / communications professional that most likely is active in social media and may even have your own blog. As such I’m also guessing that you think freedom of speech / personal expression is pretty important, but I’m wondering if you’d give up your blog for a new opportunity. Read more…
Because we (PR industry) don’t already have enough lists and because I’m arrogant enough to think my opinion matters – I’ve decided to create the first annual PR33 – list of the top 33 PR / Communications bloggers.
Please (come on, I’ve never asked you for anything before) take a moment and tell me who is your favorite PR / Communications blogger.
- Send me a link and briefly explain why you like it. That’s it. Nice and simple.
- Nominations can be sent via Twitter (paulrobertspar), via comments section of this blog or directly via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Self-nomination is cool
- Not just for PR – any blog about communications / marketing is eligible. I would have named it the Comms33, but my initial are not COMMS, so it wasn’t as cool. Read more…