Tag Archives: Blogging

‘Eyes’ Create Social Media Stars

Social media celebrities are not a new phenomenon. But audiences may be surprised to learn that Vine/Snapchat celebrity Jarome Jarre makes $25,000-$35,000 per Vine/Snap. For example, GM actually paid Jarre to star in a zero gravity Vine on their account … Continue reading

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Blogs: More than just a pretty face

As social media and Internet use continue to increase, many public relations firms are scrambling to market themselves better.  While blog writing is nothing new to the marketing and public relations world, many have yet to perfect this idea of … Continue reading

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University of California stops using Gmail over security concerns

Every time I open my computer, the first thing I do is check my Arizona State University e-mail, from Gmail. I like to think that Google is one of the most reliable websites. To me, my e-mail is one of … Continue reading

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2-Year-Old Finds iPad Easy to Use

The iPad is not only for teens and adults, according to Mashable.com two-year-olds can use them too! What is our world coming to? Two-year-olds are playing with  apps like Dr. Seuss on the iPad. When I was growing up I … Continue reading

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12 year old boy faces adult murder charges

******************************************************************* CNN.com reports: On a chilly morning in February 2009, state police found 26-year-old Kenzie Houk in her bed with a bullet though her head. She was eight months pregnant. The search for her killer ended with the most surprising … Continue reading

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Blogging is not dying

With technology advancing right before our eyes day after day, it should come as no surprise that people begin to think of blogging as yesterday’s news. According to a blog written by Jon Clemments, “Social Media Café – A boost … Continue reading

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To ghost, or not to ghost: that is the question

Our last day of class before spring break was partially spent on the discussion of ghostwriters’ blogging for a company and where it falls on the moral spectrum. I thought this topic was just being addressed as a segue into our next case … Continue reading

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Truth in blogging

With blogging becoming such an important part of media and customer relations, many people (like myself) are being forced to learn the intricacies of blogging if they want to survive in the world of PR. Doing so gives many advantages … Continue reading

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Is Journalism Really Dying?

As a new member to the world of blogging, I decided to Google PR blogs and see what else is out there. I came across Naked PR, a blog written by Jennifer Mattern. Mattern refers to her blog as “cutting … Continue reading

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An open invitation

Dr. Karen Miller Russell of the University of Georgia invites PR students to pitch her for the opportunity to post in her blog, which is read by other public relations faculty and students, but also numerous practitioners of PR and … Continue reading

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