I have several PR blogs that I follow. Some are from PR agencies and others are from PR practitioners. I purposely didn’t include some bloggers who may be more “marketing” related. In alpha here are the PR blogs that I follow.
Chris Brogan – Chris has undertaken a project titled Social Media 100 to write 100 useful blog posts on using social media.
Fleet Street PR – Written by Dave Fleet, I find his insights on PR, social media and the industry interesting.
inmedia Public Relations - A public relations firm based our of Toronto, I like their thoughts about PR.
KD Paine’s Measurement Blog – KD is the goddess of PR measurement. Need I say more?
NakedPR – Jennifer brings a sassy sense of humor to all things PR.
Now Is Gone – Goeff Livingston is the most frequent contributor with a couple of authors. Looks at the industry, PR strategy and general thought leadership.
PR Communications – John Cass provides practical insight on how to implement blogging, PR, marketing, etc. for companies.
PR Squared – Todd Defren was probably one of the first PR pros to blog. His blog is influential and provides thought leadership on the topic
RaceTalk – RacePoint is a boutique PR agency. Occasionally some good content, sometimes not.
The Flack – Peter Himler provides commentary on how corporations are or are not doing a good job with PR.
Update: The Buzz Bin – I forgot about Goeff Livingston’s other blog related to his Livingston Communications company.
Update: a shel of my former self – Yes, how did I miss this one? I don’t know, I just did. I’ve just added this blog to my reader and look forward to Shel’s insights.
Surprisingly, I only follow 2-3 PR firms. Why? I find that the blogs are unfocused with a group of people posting day-to-day happenings. I’m looking for relevant, actionable information for my job. Let me know if there are others I should be following.
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Cece Salomon-Lee is director of product marketing for Lanyon Solutions, Inc. and author of PR Meets Marketing, which explores the intersection of public relations, marketing, and social media.
This blog contains Cece's personal opinions and are not representative of her company's.
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