All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Weblog’
According to Reuters, a Dow Jones & Co. Inc. executive predicted that more U.S. publishers likely will try to wean readers off free Internet versions of their newspapers by starting to charge online subscription fees.
MessageCast, a desktop/mobile RSS alerting tool, plans to launch context-appropriate ads for RSS feeds via a new keyword program that sorts feeds into categories that can be purchased by marketers.
How sick are you of the press release expression “We are pleased..” It’s been a staple of every press release quote since the PR classic “Man Discovers Fire, Unga Bunga” and even my personal favorite, “Meteor Kills Dinosaurs.”
There’s a fascinating article on PR and blogging in today’s Globe and Mail. In the piece, Richard Edelman comments extensively on how blogs …
The NY Times reports that Interactive Corp. (e.g. Barry Diller’s company) is buying Ask Jeeves, which now owns Bloglines.
Looking for a blogging job? Live in Chicago? Work in PR? This one sounds like a dream job.
Dave Winer has a message for advertisers: adapt to the world of podcasting or die…
The Mercury News reports that “in a case with implications for the freedom to blog,” a judge tentatively ruled Thursday that Apple can force three online publishers to surrender the names of confidential sources who disclosed information about the company’s upcoming products late last year.
BusinessWeek blogs that as advertisers get more interested in podcasting, one way to get their brand messages in without polluting the medium would be to write and produce interesting radio plays that are entertaining so that podcastees don’t mind the embedded message.
Robert Scoble left a comment on my last post that Jeff Reynar at Google is behind the Google Toolbar’s controversial …