Below I have summarised some of the most useful PR-related blogs and other resources on the net. These blogs are all well and truly tried and tested and quality-controlled by me! Tell them I sent you…
Beyond PR – Sarah Skerik frequently posts useful content for practicing PR professionals that has a social media bent, but is not exclusively so
Blog Tyrant – Along with Problogger an extremely useful resource for those into blogging, which should include most PR pros…..
Communication Ammo – practical and academically oriented insights into the practice of PR
Conversation Agent – Fiercely intelligent commentator on marketing, social media and PR
Dennis Rutzou PR blog – one of the best agency PR blogs around, with a practical, but also reflective, bent
Engage TV – connecting you, it purports, with the best in PR and social media. Try it!
The Holmes Report – News and intelligence for PR folk
Jeffbullas’s blog – tireless and comprehensive e-marketing resource
Matthew Gain – Matthew has always impressed me as one of Australia’s leading thinkers and ‘doers’ in social media. Very much worth paying heed to his thoughts
Paul Roberts on PR – a funny, humble and intelligent guy. Always great to read his observations on our profession
PR Conversations – easily one of the leading homes for global PR discussion and forward thinking. It has various contributors and is a real PR think tank
PR Warrior – Aka Trevor Young, if you are looking for one of the central points of PR and social media expertise in Asia-Pacific, you’ve found it
PRIA Web 2.0 resources – as with any good industry association, it hosts a plethora of useful resources
ProBlogger – Top-tier blogging insights. Can anyone in PR really say they are walking the social media talk unless they blog?
Stellar* – very nifty Australian agency PR blog
Teaching PR – Great content and a terrific repository of valuable links
Thoughtleadershipstrategy – Thought leadership is frequently at the heart of any good PR strategy. Craig Badings’ tips are a boon when going down this path
21st-century PR issues – Paul Seaman discussing strategic and conceptual public relations, with a strong focus on issues management, best practice and current thinking on PR and reputation management
Waxing Unlyrical – Shonali Burke is one of the most engaging and creative online contributors to dialogue on strategic public relations