Edelman Articles

Why the Web is the Rodney Dangerfield of Media

According to a new study by the Online Publisher’s Association 17% of all time spent with media takes place online.

Micropart Advertising

Radio, TV and online media are sold by time of day – what’s called daypart advertising.

Virtual Marketing Jobs

Global Kids, Inc., a New York City based non-profit organization focused on urban youth, is actually looking for someone with experience in working as Second Life Special Trainer.

TypePad to Blend Social Networking, Blogs

Michael Arrington got the scoop on a big TypePad upgrade coming tomorrow called Comet that will blend blogging and social networking.

Flickr to Get Contextual Nikon Banner Ads
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Nikon has struck a deal with Flickr to place Nikon branding on the site, including small logos next to photos that were taken with their cameras.


What if maps and other reference sources adopted wiki technology? Well, they’re starting to thanks to mashups.

TV News for Sale?

PodGuide.tv notices that a whole batch of video programming from NBC News is available for sale in the iTunes Music Store.

Google News Takes Heat Over Blog Exclusions

Google is getting smacked for removing conservative e-zines and blogs from Google News.

Technorati, Edelman In Global Deal

The blog search engine and the largest independent PR agency in the world will team up to offer blog tools in several languages.

Google Launches Consumer Generated Campaign

Google Blogoscoped notices that Google is developing deeper ties to Hollywood.

Y! Tube in the Works

Microsoft’s Niall Kennedy dug through the Yahoo analyst day deck and found out that a new Finance site, a revamped My Web 2.0 and last but not least a YouTube clone are on their way.

Inquisitor Instant Metasearch Rocks

Inquisitor has launched a rockin’ Web-based metasearch engine that scours A9, Amazon, digg, Google, Technorati and Yahoo.

Technorati Adds Blog Baseball Cards

Technorati has created nice little blog baseball cards that show you a bloggers ranking (no matter what number they are), top tags, citations, posts, Alexa charts and more.

Richard Edelman Speaks At Syndicate

Though bloggers may know him best as “Steve Rubel’s boss,” the president and CEO of the world’s largest independent PR firm carries an impressive reputation, which was in full force during his remarks at the Syndicate Conference.

Richard Edelman – PR in 5 Years

Richard Edelman in his Q&A sit down today at Syndicate was asked, among other things, what the PR industry might look like 5 years from now.


I participated in a fireside chat with Stuart MacDonald at Mesh today. We covered a range of topics about blogs, social media, marketing and PR.

The Daily Me

The Wall Street Journal spotlights a whole new generation of news sites powered by RSS that track reading habits and use that data to make story suggestions based on what others like you have read.

Search Engines Could Deliver Risky Sites

Querying for risky keywords puts the searcher at risk of being sent to a site that could prove malicious, but even queries for popular keywords poses some risk too.

Nooz for and by the MySpace Crowd

At first glance Nooz looks like another community edited news site. Au contraire.

LAPD Blogs

The Los Angeles Police Department has started a blog, joining the LA Fire Department which has had one for quite awhile.

Teens May Not Go Trading Spaces

TechCrunch has more information on AIM Pages, AOL’s effort to court the MySpace crowd.