Monday, April 25, 2011

Daily PR Tidbit - April 25

Another edition of the Daily PR Tidbit brought to you by Allure Marketing + Communications. Feel free to share or comment.

I don’t think PR professionals give our industry enough credit—and it starts with the fundamentals. As in those of us practicing them aren’t claiming them. - By Justin Goldsmith

With a billion tweets per week, Twitter has become a place for people and organizations of all types to share their thoughts, reading lists and whereabouts. - By Erica Swallow

During an internal discussion at TopRank Marketing, the topic of defining social media came up and one area of interest was the difference in outcomes when it comes to incorporating both social media and search engine optimization. - By Lee Odden

Most PR professionals have done it, whether they admit to it or not: they fantasize about becoming an independent PR consultant. So why haven’t you taken action? - By Kellye Crane

In the PR industry, we’re paid to make people take notice. - By Christine Perkett

YouTube has changed the video landscape with user generated video content and as a result grown so fast that it prompted Google to pay $1.5 billion to acquire the company. - By Bob Tripathi

Kat Lynch is a PR & Social Media Apprentice at Allure Marketing + Communications. She is a senior at Stanford University.

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