Friday Wrap #114: Edelman apologizes, Yelp goes video, Reddit demands permission, Yo takes on email

Friday Wrap #114
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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

Edelman is sorry for Robin Williams post—PR giant Edelman has issued a formal apology for a blog post by Lisa Kovitz, executive vice president of media relations strategy, in which the comedian’s death was deemed an “opportunity to engage in a national conversation.”… Read More »

Friday Wrap #106: New rules for paid Wikipedia editors and pharmas, Twitter GIFs, social sentiment

A gift-wrapped Second Life store
Second Life image courtesy of Torley
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

Wikipedia tightens rules against undisclosed editing—In the wake of the multi-agency statement committing PR agencies to playing by Wikipedia’s rules, the online collaborative encyclopedia has changed its terms of use to require disclosure from anyone paid to edit articles. Wikimedia’s top communicator explained,… Read More »

Friday Wrap #105: PR agencies commit to Wikipedia standards, battle for SMEs, bots take over Twitter

Peking Duck Wrap
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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

Top PR agencies commit to Wikipedia’s community standards—A group of the world’s biggest PR agencies has affirmed a commitment to abide by Wikipedia principles, and to ensure their employees and clients do, as well. The companies signing on to the affirmation include Edelman, Ogilvy & Mather, Burson-Marstellar,… Read More »

Friday Wrap #104: United still breaking guitars, Google loses mobile search share, and more

Friday Wrap #104
Dalek cupcake wrappers
Greetings from Toronto, site of the 2014 IABC World Conference. The city has dished up some great weather, which I plan to enjoy as soon as I finish up this week’s Wrap, a review of news and posts from the last week that might have flown by under your radar but are still of interest and use to communicators. During the week, I curate everything I find interesting on my link blog, Links From Shel, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

United still breaks guitars—For social media to work, companies need to do more than just use the tools as a communication channel. They need to listen and act based on what they… Read More »

Friday Wrap #98: The end for Google+?, geotargeted ads on Reddit, Facebook rocks on Fridays

Friday WrapBig news has flown fast and furious this week, led by the FCC’s decision to turn its back on Net neutrality and support a “fast lane” for companies willing to pay for it. With all that, it’s even easier to miss some posts, stories and studies that could be useful. That’s why I produce the Friday Wrap, a summary of items of interest to communicators that may have flown by under the radar. I collect all the stories from which I cull the items for the Wrap on my link blog, Links From Shel, which you’re welcome to follow.

Breaking News

The end of the line for Plus?—Google+ earns the second highest engagement levels (behind YouTube) of any… Read More »

Friday Wrap #96: BBC pushes news via WhatsApp, the end of the strikethrough, Millennials trust UGC

Friday Wrap #96The Friday Wrap is your weekly source of curated news, research, reports and posts that may have slipped by unnoticed, but that could prove useful to communicators and marketers. I collect items that I consider including in the Wrap (as well as my podcast) at my link blog, Links From Shel, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

BBC dishes Indian election news via OTT apps—If you’re still wondering why Facebook dug deep to buy WhatsApp, consider this: The BBC is sending news about the elections in India to readers via both WhatsApp and WeChat. The “BBC News India” account on both over-the-top messaging services were crafted to share… Read More »

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