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What a great post! I've been reading so many book on letting go of the old method of PR and embracing the new and I feel that the recession really has changed the way PR professionals will do business.

In fact, I think it's changed the PR industry completely! More companies are spending in social media to truly connect with their customers and engage in meaningful conversations. These tips are a great beginning to this new chapter in PR.

I have always been curious about functionality in websites and, well, the world in general. I read this article with great interest. It does seem to me that the reason we comment is to speak our minds so why not have the comment field first? However, as others have pointed out, one gets used to the conventions regardless of reason.
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Letting go of old business habits must be hard. If you think the news release was introduced in the '30s. One of the issues is that it's hard to be passionate about all companies and all products, I guess.

Transparency is an interesting conundrum. Take Toyota, for example, did the PR people know what the company was doing? Often executives tell communicators only when the remedy is needed and rarely do they seek counsel from them.

I got a kick out of the dating quiz spam I got on this post :)

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