Friday Wrap #147: Private Flipboard magazines, collaborative mobile videos, fewer business blogs

Friday Wrap 147
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The Friday Wrap is a review of news, posts, reports, and other items appearing in the last week that will help you stay on top of the forces shaping communication in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment. These are stories that may have been lost in the flood of headline news stories. I collect all of the items from which I choose the Wrap stories in my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Flipboard launches private magazines for groups—Flipboard has launched “Private Group Magazines,” allowing individuals to curate content into the app’s attractive, flippable magazine format and… Read More »

Friday Wrap #136: Marriott backs down, Nissan blows an AMA, Time Inc. curates, PR beats lobbying

Friday Wrap #136
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The new year is heating up, as evidenced by a record number of items in today’s Wrap. There’s even more in my link blog, where I collect all the items from the past week I think would be useful or interesting for communication professionals; you’re welcome to follow it.

News

Marriott backs down—Marriott International has withdrawn its petition to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requesting permission to block personal WiFi devices guests bring to its hotels. The company is attributing its change of heart to pressure from the public and the press. “Marriott International listens to its… Read More »

Friday Wrap #131: Agency settles with FTC, Instagram overtakes Twitter, employees expand reach

Friday Wrap #131
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The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of articles, posts, and reports that may not have risen to the top of your news feed but still can add value to your work as a communicator. I collect all the items I find interesting on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. The link blog is my source for items to appear in the Wrap as well as those I’ll report on in my weekly podcast.

News

FTC settles with agency whose staff tweeted about clients—It’s a standard practice in PR and marketing agencies to ask agency staff to support client activities with tweets, Facebook posts, and other missives in their own… Read More »

Friday Wrap #122: Dove tries Snapchat, the PC lives, Reddit ends remote work, and more

Horse Well Wrapped
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Welcome to the Friday Wrap, my weekly summary of stuff I have found in the last seven days that didn’t grab the big headlines but is still important, interesting, and/or worthwhile for communicators and marketers. I collect these on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Privacy advocates will hate Sensiya—A new tool, Sensiya, will tap smartphone sensors to let marketers know whether the user is walking, running, or sitting down, enabling the delivery of just the right kind of message. In addition, according to the company’s CEO, “we’re able to conclude who you probably are, the apps… Read More »

Friday Wrap #116: Bye-bye Authorship, who owns your Likes?, Hyperlapse marketing, and more


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Greetings from Sao Paulo, Brazil. I’m here teaching a three-day course on social and digital media to a group of senior communications executives. It’s part of a year-long program from Aberje, the national communications association, and Syracuse University. But I couldn’t let a week go by without regaling you with this week’s highlights. As always, I’ve drawn on the items I’ve saved to my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow; it’s also the source of the stories I cover on my podcast.

News

Google suddenly kills of Authorship—Once highly touted as a way to connect search results contents with… Read More »

Friday Wrap #112: A PR digital working group, more social experiments, a curated streaming audio app

Friday Wrap #112
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The 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.

News

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 »

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