Flickr photo courtesy of Shanthanu BhardwajThe Friday Wrap (which is what you’re reading) is a curated rundown of news, reports and posts from the past week that, while they didn’t go viral or attract much attention, are still interesting and useful for communications professionals. I select Wrap items from my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.
CPRF launches digital working group—The Council of Public Relations Firms (CPRF) has launched a working group of “incredibly smart people running digital in their agencies” to tackle the question of how the PR industry can obtain its rightful place as the leader of digital Read More »
Coming soon: FIR Live Google+ Hangout On Air in the works to talk about translation, FIR Interview with Jeff Pyatt of Outbrain, Harry Hawk’s FIR Interview with Angus Malcolm on the organic reach of quality content;
Quick News: Ex-Ford social media head Scott Monty joins SHIFT Communications; Reddit Live is official: anyone can create a breaking news blog; the future looks mobile for Facebook; relevance, trust, subject matter authority required for native ads; Ragan promo;
News That Fits: PRSA report on social/emerging media use in PR practice; Michael Netzley’s Asia Report: McDonald’s and KFC take center stage in China’s latest Read More »
With apologies to Monty PythonIn the late 90s, some organization declared the World Wide Web was over. The prediction of the web’s demise was based on the decline in the number of corporate press releases announcing the launch of a new corporate website. (I have tried to find that report. I’ve come up empty, but my memory of the report is so clear that I’m willing to bet real money that the prediction happened.)
Of course, the web was not in decline. It had just become so common for companies to have websites that announcing it not only didn’t get you any coverage, it made you look behind the times. (“Oh, you’re finally getting Read More »