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On US Airways: From #EpicFail to a Solid Lesson in #H2H

I also thought they handled it very, very well - turning what could have been an epic disaster into a now-hilarious story that will be told for years, but without badmouthing the brand. Kudos to them! 

At first, I thought it might have been the most brilliant PR stunt ever, but who could possibly think that one up? Especially in such a traditionally conservative industry. It's just too over the top. LOL  

April 18, 2014    View Comment    

On Malaysia Airlines: Are You Completely Heartless? Do You Deserve The Looming Firestorm?

I'm not a journalist, Matt - I read a credible news source - ABC - and wrote an opinion piece based on that. What consumer and blogger DOESN'T do that? 

March 25, 2014    View Comment    

On Content Marketing: Can You Use Other People's Blog Posts?

I didn't catch that - thank you so much for sharing the link! And for your comments. =)

February 28, 2014    View Comment    

On Protect Yourself Against Content Theft

Ironically, my posts that run on Social Media Today are the ones I have the most content theft issues with! People think it is acceptable to simply copy/paste what they like, not realizing this practice is called scraping and infringement of intellectual property. Agencies included!

February 26, 2014    View Comment    

On 5 Reasons NoFollow Links Are Good Enough for Us

Cormac, do you change your posts on Social Media Today to nofollow? And how do you feel about post syndication - do you only use sites like this for publishing original content, or do you syndicate your feed (with or without nofollow)?  

I would appreciate hearing how you handle your SMT posts specifically. 

This is a topic I've struggled with. While I appreciate the extra eyeballs on my content, I'm just not sure if leaving it as a dofollow of syndicated posts is helping or cannabalizing my own blog.  

February 19, 2014    View Comment    

On Secrets of a Highly Successful Local PR Facebook Group

Volume of users and simplicity - almost every PR pro and journo has a Facebook profile. If you ask them to  create a new account and learn something new, that's a strike against your success.

January 31, 2014    View Comment    

On Secrets of a Highly Successful Local PR Facebook Group

You can find part two of this series on my blog - http://rockthestatusquo.com/secrets-highly-successful-local-pr-facebook-group-part-2/

January 30, 2014    View Comment    

On Secrets of a Highly Successful Local PR Facebook Group

Sure thing, Michael!

January 30, 2014    View Comment    

On Secrets of a Highly Successful Local PR Facebook Group

Thanks for taking time to comment!

 

January 30, 2014    View Comment    

On Secrets of a Highly Successful Local PR Facebook Group

I only spend 20-30 minutes a week. It's not bad when you have multiple admins to share the load. The volume of members keep the conversations going really, really nicely.

January 29, 2014    View Comment    

On Secrets of a Highly Successful Local PR Facebook Group

You should! It can become an AMAZING resource. =)

January 29, 2014    View Comment    

On Your 5 Step Strategy to Improved Facebook Engagement and Growth

Did CSI increase the number of murders? Nope. Or increase the number of unsolved murders? I highly doubt it. But it is one of the most popular shows on television. It's all in how you handle it. 

January 25, 2014    View Comment    
 
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