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What’s Next, Post Twittersphere?

In a June 12 blog post, Steve Goldstein, editorial director for PR News, made the bold statement that Twitter could be on its way out. His question to readers was simple: what will we, as PR practitioners, do without it? … Continue reading

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Google Tells Users Avoid ‘Glasshole’ Tag

Google has been in the news this week for giving Google Glass users etiquette tips for using the high-tech device. While there are many positive aspects about the revolutionary technology, there have been some repercussions about the use of the … Continue reading

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Could ‘Android KitKat’ Melt Reputation?

Google unveiled its new Android mobile operating system, Android KitKat, Sept 9. Since 2009, Google has named their Android operating systems after desserts. They started with Cupcake and moved through the alphabet. Android KitKat, the latest sweet title is the … Continue reading

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Is Google Books’ Court Decision Fair?

A federal court decision rejected a settlement on Tuesday, March 22 among Google, the Association of American Publishers and the Authors Guild over the search engine’s full-text scanning of copyrighted books citing doubts that Google would make every book searchable online … Continue reading

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Search Engines Add Social Media

When a consumer wants to learn about a new product, sale, business or boutique, where is the most obvious place he or she would look for information? I am pretty confident that most people would Google it. Or perhaps use … 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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Who is the gatekeeper of you (and me)?

The power of Google is difficult to fathom. According to searchenginewatch.com, an estimated 91 million searches are done each day through Google alone (This study is nearly three years old and I figure that stat is much higher now). I … Continue reading

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Marketing and Public Relations, are they interchangeable?

Like many of you I am going to be a college graduate in December. I will soon have to spread my wings and get a big kid job. Therefore I have been looking for jobs lately and I feel like … Continue reading

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Google — Your company's new homepage?

By Sparkle Media Through this class and others, most of us have learned that being successful in public relations goes beyond just being a good writer and verbal communicator. Nowadays, entry level practitioners will have to know the ins and … Continue reading

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Your Search Engine Results are as Important as Your Resume

by Metis PR I selected a posting from the PRos in Training blog called, “Your Search Engine Results are as Important as Your Resume.” Most public relations professors, like many of the people in this class, focus on honing their … Continue reading

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