Doug Haslam: Gischeleman’s Blog

September 10, 2007

PRobecast #30: iPhone Early Adopters; Sated or Screwed?; Death of Business 2.0 , Pitching WSJ

Filed under: blogging, PodCamp, Podcasting, PR, Public+Relations, social media, TechPRGems, Uncategorized — doughaslam @ 10:53 pm

Episode 30 of PRobecast,Topaz Partners’ weekly PR podcast is up:

Todd Van Hoosear, Rob Capra and I discuss:

  1. The PR issues around the latest Apple iPod announcement, and reaction to the price reduction of the iPhone. Arrogant or responsive?
  2. The Mitt Romney citizen-created ad contest. Is the campaign ready for the negative ads?
  3. Would you like Quechup with your spam? A social network shows how to screw up right out of the gate.
  4. Office 2.0 is looking at how to use social media in the enterprise.
  5. An appreciation of Business 2.0, which is finally being put down–now what?
  6. Allen Weinkrantz gives good lessons on his blog about getting coverage in the Wall street Journal, and other major publications
  7. Event roundup: Tech Cocktail, Web Innovators, and PodCamps in Philadelphia and Boston.

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