Digital PR - November 2009 November 04, 2009 by Claire Murphy , Be the first to comment At the end of the year when digital PR went from niche to mainstream, our writers mull where to go from here. Special . More... What's the next Twitter? Phil Szomszor, Citigate Dewe Rogerson - Skills will decide online battle Chris Quigley, Delib - Empower, or lose power Meredith Bradshaw, Fleishman-Hillard - Dare to relinquish control Paul Armstrong, Kindred - Put strategy before tactics Mark Pack, Mandate - Turn negative into positive Russell Goldsmith, markettiers4DC - Be a leader in branded video Will Scougal, Mischief - The new kings of content Gareth Davies, MS&L - Look back to see the future Ricky Vazquez, Ogilvy PR - A question of measurement Mat Morrison, Porter Novelli - We still have the advantage David Phillips, Publicasity - Leap into digital Wonderland Louise Stewart-Muir, Say Communications - Greentech is the new boom Chris McCafferty, Shine Communications - Don't get lost in definitions James Warren, Weber Shandwick - Know what you don't know How should Neal's Yard Remedies have responded to the Guardian's bloggers? Five up and coming social media sites every PR person should know about More on this Topic PRWeek UK 30 Under 30 2017: Martin Sparey, Hotwire PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards (In-house): Gold winner - Smart Energy GB PRWeek UK Awards Winners 2016: Technology PRWeek UK Awards Winners 2016: B2B Campaign 50 hot new influencers: AlltimeGaming Have you registered with us yet? Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins Register Already registered? Sign in Would you like to post a comment?Please Sign in or register.