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

Friday Wrap #112
Flickr photo courtesy of Shanthanu Bhardwaj
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 »

Friday Wrap #108: Google forgets, a new Vine metric, broker tweets, RIP Orkut, writing bots, & more

Fourth of July Friday Wrap
Flickr image courtesy of Epic Fireworks
To all my fellow Americans, a very happy Fourth of July. To all my friends and colleagues from around the world, happy Friday! 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

Consequences of “right to be forgotten” start to emerge—The European Court ruled on May 13 that Google must honor requests from Europeans who want links to… Read More »

Friday Wrap #107: Farewell to blog ranking system, teens return to Facebook, there’s more to Yo

Firday Wrap image courtesy of SNappa2006
Flickr image courtesy of SNappa2006
The Friday Wrap 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

Technorati kills its blog ranking system—Technorati was once the go-to resource for searching the blogosphere—including posts with specific tags—as well as identifying the most influential bloggers. Over the last several years there has been fewer and fewer references to Technorati, and last month, with virtually no… Read More »

Friday Wrap #89: LinkedIn blogging, sharing isn’t reading, unprepared for online complaints, & more

Friday Wrap #89The Friday Wrap is a collection of items from the last week that could be useful for communications professionals but that may have slipped by unnoticed (particularly in the wake of big news stories like Facebook’s blockbuster acquisition of mobile messaging app WhatsApp). I collect all the items I might possibly use in the Wrap on my link blog at LinksFromShel.tumblr.com, which is also the source I use for selecting items to cover on my podcast, For Immediate Release; you’re welcome to tap into this larger collection of stories and posts.

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Anyone can now blog on LinkedIn

LinkedIn’s Influencer Program—which serves as… Read More »

Friday Wrap #87: Pew’s Facebook data, too many apologies, brands and Paper, real-time audio, & more

Wrap PartyThe Friday Wrap is my weekly review of items I caught in my feeds and subscriptions that I found interesting enough to share, but don’t include the big news items you weren’t likely to miss. I select items for the Wrap from my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. It’s at LinksFromShel.tumblr.com.

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This hardly looks like a teen exodus

73% of U.S. teens are on Facebook. If that’s a teen problem, I’d be curious to see what success looks like. The AllFacebook has details and tons of other stats released by the Pew Internet & American Life Project on Facebook’s 10th anniversary. For instance, 54% of U.S. adults use the… Read More »

Friday Wrap #73: Wikipedia vs PR, PR research standards, LinkedIn drives traffic, WOM pays off

dynamiteGreetings from New York, where I conducted a workshop today on employee ambassador programs and will speak tomorrow on crisis communication to employees—all part of IABC and Prescient Digital’s annual global intranet summit. Here’s this week’s wrap-up of research and articles of interest to communicators that may have escaped your notice. I collect all the articles I’ll consider for inclusion in the Wrap in my link blog at LinksFromShel.tumblr.com.

Wikipedia deletes 250 accounts linked to paid editing

Wikipedia has rules, and one of the most sacrosanct is its no conflict-of-interest rule. Wiki-PR offers to help brands circumvent those… Read More »

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