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BACK TO BLACK

Posted by Emilio Robles

techprnibbles.com

15 March Now is not the time to shut up shop, now is the time to reinvigorate your brand, your products, messages and positioning, because you will be ready to take on all challengers when the market swings back into the black.

LEAK RIVALS' INFO

Posted by Tim Dyson

siliconvalleypr.blogspot.com

13 March I was unaware until today of wikileaks.org, a site that publishes anonymous submissions and leaks of sensitive governmental, corporate, or religious documents, while preserving the anonymity and un-traceability of its contributors. The site is a great reference site for journalists, but I can also see how it will be used by PR people wanting to place controlled leaks about their own business or products, and about the actions of competitors.

IS FACEBOOK PRIVATE?

Posted by Jim Horton

online-pr.blogspot.com

13 March Earlier this week, I pointed to a study on Facebook and its privacy effects. This situation demonstrates why one should keep opinions and bravado to oneself. A defendant used an arresting officer's thoughts to get acquitted. There is an issue of common sense and judgment here that sadly, many people lack. The officer might have done his job well but he destroyed his own reputation. When enough people injure themselves with their words, maybe we will learn. But I would not bet on it.

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