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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu   Here’s to another week and another roundup of interesting PR, social media and SEO stories we think you should read today.   10 signs you’re an old-school PR pro (Ragan): So much has changed in the PR industry over the last 20 years. How many things on this list strike close to home?   Organic […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu Spring has sprung! We’re ready for the warmer weather and sunshine. As usual, we found some great PR, social media and content marketing stories you should read today.   Dr. Seuss Explains Twitter to Busy Executives (Business 2 Community): Top executives don’t always have the time to stay on top of their Twitter […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu   Today’s Weekly Rewind is all about tips that can help you with public relations, social media, SEO and communications. Besides, everyone loves a good listicle!   5 writing tips from the Grammar Girl (Ragan): In honor of National Grammar Day this past Tuesday, here’s a crash course on some grammar lessons that give a […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu TGIF! Catch up on what you missed this week with our round up of interesting public relations, social media and content marketing stories. Uber kept new drivers off the road to encourage surge pricing and increase fares (The Verge): The transportation app could use a lesson in transparency and honesty when it […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu It’s Friday once again. Sip on your morning coffee and see what you missed in the world of PR, content marketing and SEO this week.   Chevron’s Pizza Party PR Fails to Make Amends (PRNews): Sending customers gift certificates for free pizza and soda is not the best way to handle customer relations following […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu   It’s the weekend at last! We’ve pulled together some public relations, social media and content marketing stories together in case you missed out reading time this week.   A Guide to Quality Social Media Sharing (Buffer): Great social media sharing is a skill. Like all other skills, it requires a little strategy and a […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu   Another week gone by, another round up of public relations, social media and content marketing stories that caught our attention.   The Not-So-Secret Black Market Of Twitter Handles (ReadWrite): The story of how one man was blackmailed into giving a hacker access to his Twitter handle is an example of how insecure our online properties […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu   It’s Friday once again! Take some time to read these public relations, social media and blogging stories we found interesting this week.   Pinterest is More Popular Than Email for Sharing Stuff Online (Wired): Not too long ago, email was king. But now, social media platforms have become the standard way for […]

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Tips for developing a social media policy

By Cooper Smith Koch How to manage what your employees do on social media and how they represent your company online is a question that comes up consistently in client meetings and at professional events. We’ve all seen horror stories where an employee posts something on their personal feeds, or worse on the corporate feed, […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

By Mina Vu We have your weekly round up of public relations, blogging and SEO stories you might have missed this week.   Local SEO Scam Of The Month: Craigslist SEO (Search Engine Land): This is a real life example of how not to be fooled by Google Analytics results at first glance. There are also […]

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