Category Archives: Thread Communications

Public Relations: A History Subject?

The general public has always been open about its differing opinions, positive or negative, about public relations.  From spin doctors to liars, the world of public relations has endured it all. Now, though, the world of PR is being studied … Continue reading

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A Refresher on Social Media Networking

As social media continually immerses itself into our daily lives with sites such as Twitter, Facebook, blogging and recently the location based social media application, Foursquare, it is important to make sure we are using it correctly and to its … Continue reading

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Kelly Cutrone dishes PR advice

If any of you read my last post, it was about the new PR shows that have sprouted on both the Bravo network and the E! network. Kelly Cutrone, from “Kel on Earth” on the Bravo network has unleashed some … Continue reading

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Facebook v. Fakebook

Ever heard the term “Fakebook”?  This is a new nickname given to the most popular social media site in the world, Facebook.  Over 40% of Facebook profiles are actually fake, according to an article from PC1News.com.  Recently, I personally was … Continue reading

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Pepsi to restrict caloric beverages in schools, but will Coke?

Over the past few years, many issues about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating right have become a concern across America, especially for children. Recently. Michelle Obama launched a nationwide campaign to fight childhood obesity called the “Anti-Childhood Obesity Initiative.” … Continue reading

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The “SPINdustry” and “Kell on Earth”

Two Sunday nights ago I was sitting in my living room watching a brand new episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” when I was caught off guard by an upcoming show named the SPINdustry on E!. Produced by Kim … Continue reading

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If Twitter is one of the most dangerous social networking sites, why haven’t they better prepared?

Click to read full story on Twitter privacy issue   The subject of privacy and protection within social media sites has been a critical issue since the creation of sites such as Facebook and Twitter.  The issue seems more magnified … Continue reading

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Breaking the code… are abbreviations taking over communication?

Nowadays, our generation is used to communicating in shorthand through text messaging, email and Tweets. With the limits on text messages and the 140 characters available to express yourself on Twitter, it seems logical that we can represent our message … Continue reading

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