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The New Breed: 10 PR blogs with chutzpah!



The PulseThere are a lot of PR blogs and bloggers out there – and that’s a good thing.  From Richard Edelman to Brian Solis, many are RSS and TweetDeck mainstays, and whether you follow industry giants or niche writers, some of the most insightful and foreward-thinking blogs about communication, social media and audience engagement are authored by those in the PR space.    With “The New Breed,” we set out find ten PR blogs we could recommend to you that offered a unique mix of content and personality, and gave you some new ideas and fresh thinking when it comes to public relations. 


We started with the BlogRank top 100 PR blogs and picked our favorites based on content, presentation style and verve. We then reviewed each one’s social media presence, focusing on those that are doing a great job incorporating new media techniques into both their content and community engagement.  (Just click on the SlideShare deck below to read the full presentation.) 

The New Breed:  10 PR blogs with chutzpah!

The PR world is changing fast. With innovators and experts like these folks sharing their insights and experiences, it’s easy to see that PR will survive, and even thrive, as the online marketing communications environment evolves. If you want to stay ahead of the curve and are looking for help in navigating the changes ahead, take a read and subscribe to some of our favorites featured here.

This post is part of The Pulse, an ongoing series in partnership with our good friends at CommPRO.biz .   Each week, we feature trending topics, rankings and industry “bests” across a wide spectrum of communication disciplines.  We’ll post a new “Pulse” each week through 2011 here at Channel M. 

Next up on The Pulse, from the floors of the PRSA 2011 Conference, “Show Me the Money: 10 Leading Cities for PR Jobs and Salaries.”

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The Pulse is all about sharing great information and great ideas — let us know what you think.


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