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Daily Specials

June 9, 2011 | By

No Myths Here: 5 Twitter Lessons Learned From the Discovery Channel (PR News) Learn how the network launched its most successful Twitter Account. What downturn? Digital ad spend to top $30 billion this year (Social Media Influence) Marketers are investing more in digital channels, with mobile advertising more than doubling in the past two years. Don’t […]

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March 4, 2011 | By

Think Globally, Tweet Locally: British Town Council In Midst of 24 Hours of Tweets (Tech President) The Walsall Council in West Midlands, U.K. put together a a 24-hour project to post notes to Twitter about as many activities of local government as possible. NARA Names 3 to New Leadership Positions (Federal Computer Week) Archivist of […]

Daily Specials

February 11, 2011 | By

Curating the Revolution: Building a Real-Time News Feed About Egypt (The Atlantic) An NPR senior strategist working on digital media turned himself into “a personal news wire for Egypt.” Notes From a Father of the Open Internet, 15 Years On (Tech President) John Perry Barlow said that the Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace that […]

Daily Specials

February 2, 2011 | By

Looking for What Works: Best Online Organizing Reads of 2010 (The Huffington Post) A compilation of articles from 2010 that enriched the entire field of online organizing and digital social change-making. New Hampshire Opens its State’s Legislative Data (Tech President) New Hampshire’s General Court started releasing data on legislation and legislators in a way that […]

Daily Specials

February 1, 2011 | By

Do Not Blast: Hill Staffers Want Personalized Notes, Digital or Otherwise (Tech President) Email and the Internet are making it easier for the public to reach out to senators and representatives, but that doesn’t mean there’s been a corresponding boom in the public’s ability to shape the course of events happening. Twitter, as a Helpmate, […]

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January 27, 2011 | By

State of the Union, the Digital Party (Fast Company) The State of the Union coverage is a demonstration of how the conversation in politics is shifting to a two-way dialogue between pols and constituents. Holocaust Historical Data Goes Digital (NPR) Israel’s Yad Vashem memorial, the world’s largest collection of Holocaust documents, is teaming up with […]

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January 20, 2011 | By

New Website Will Host Extensive Oral History of September 11 (The Atlantic) A partnership with the National September 11 Memorial & Museum will provide users with oral histories from those who wanted to share what they saw and where they were on Sept. 11. Pew Report: 53% Of Internet Users Believe Social Media Affects Politics (Tech […]

2010 Capital Staffers Index

December 8, 2010 | By

By David Almacy Last Thursday, Edelman released the findings of our 2010 Capital Staffer Index during an event hosted in the Washington, DC office. Edelman’s Public Affairs & StrategyOne teams interviewed senior legislative staffers around the globe in several capital cities including Berlin, Brussels, London, Paris and Washington to determine the role and influence of […]

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August 17, 2010 | By

North Korea makes Twitter debut (Guardian) Following the launch of their YouTube channel last month, North Korea continues digital PR efforts with a Twitter account. B.C. Government Turns Static Intranet into a Community (Ragan) British Columbia’s public service intranet, @Work, creates community through collaboration and engagement. Don’t forget to sign up for K Street Café’s […]

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September 23, 2008 | By

The New York Times Goes Social, Too (Rotor Blog) The New York Times has started its own form of social networking with a program called TimesPeople. The program will allow users to share their favorite stories, make comments on blogs and post reviews of restaurants. MyPRGenie Launches Version 2.0 and Adds Social Networking and Publicity […]