Monday, April 4, 2011

Daily PR Tidbit - April 4

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

I’ve run into more than the usual number of nonprofits who have crappy websites built by consultants lately. I’m not talking subjective design preferences here, but flat-out terrible decisionmaking and implementation. - By Kivi Leroux Miller

Social media can be a complaint box put online, streaming in real time, for all to see. For that reason, it’s a good idea to check it early and often. - By Katya's Non-Profit Marketing Blog

When you’re not getting any media coverage, whose fault is it? - By Elena Verlee

If you were going to stereotype military public affairs (PA) professionals, you would say that they lack creativity, obsess over planning and structure, and would jail their own mother if she proposed an outreach plan with any risk. - By Brian Wagner

Twitter has rolled out an update to its search tool that makes it easier to find new people to follow. - By Adam Ostrow, Mashable

There seems to be a predictable path for major enterprise as they advance towards reaping real benefits from social media. - By John Bell

How often do you actually get behind the scenes of all your social media activity to see if it’s really working? - By Natalie Sisson, via PR In Your Pajamas

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

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