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@Frank_Strong Thanks Frank & Jason. While it would be fun to debate, they are different things.
2 years ago on Trust Me I’m Lying: How One Person is Hurting an Entire Industry
Thanks for thinking of me in this context @JohnNemoPR Great post @arikhanson
In my case, I very much like to blog about an incident that I feel my readers will benefit from and that I can re-purpose in a speech or a book. However I don't do it if the story has already been told well by someone else. In this case, by the time I saw the Ocean Marketing hullabaloo, it had already been exposed.
2 years, 6 months ago on Are we helping or hurting by blogging about PR flame-outs?
@ginidietrich Hope you enjoy it. Let me know about your newsjacking successes.
2 years, 6 months ago on Newsjacking!
@ExtremelyAvg I love stories like that.
@Adam | Customer Experience Yes. You can prepare for that sort of news. But frequently the most successful newsjacks are the ones that are completely unexpected BUT only if you are very quick.
@Raj-PB Don't forget that something like this generates many inbound links which help with Search Engine Optimization. In addition, whenever anyone is searching on the past news event, LFB comes up.
2 years, 7 months ago on Newsjacking!
Thanks very much for the review, Mattias! Real-time is a mindset.
2 years, 8 months ago on Book Review Of Real-Time Marketing & PR
Ha! Steve, this is great. Thanks so much. Gobbledygook never gets old because there is so much out there! Now, about that bio...
2 years, 8 months ago on On Writing Simply and Saving the World Economy
Love the analogy Brendan. Grateful Dead. HubSpot. Building a loyal fan base. Great stuff.
2 years, 10 months ago on I Am A HubspotHead
Thanks for interviewing me. I enjoyed meeting you!
2 years, 10 months ago on Video Interview With David Meerman Scott #eme2011
Hey David -- thanks so much for the video review of my book and also for mentioning my speaking. Glad you enjoyed the book. Good luck implementing the ideas!
3 years, 2 months ago on Video Book Review of Real Time Marketing & PR by David Meerman Scott
Hey Edward - I think it was an error to say you were closing your accounts when you didn't have business with Eastern Bank. Honesty and integrity is key in my opinion. But good on you for admitting it.
I don't see any issues with saying what you think on Twitter or with using creative license "in the history of sports" is fine by me because it was what you were feeling at the time.
3 years, 2 months ago on Social media and responsibility