Australian PR blogger, Trevor Cook, played a significant part in organizing the Global PR Blog Week conference in 2004. He kindly agreed to answer a few questions about the conference, his role in organizing the event and what he has... Read more →
A fellow blogger and AMA Boston member, Susan Getgood recently, actually two weeks ago, asked me to blog about a charity auction on ebay for Hurricane Katrina, support if you can. “A charity auction on ebay (http://www.ebay.com/hp) featuring photographs of... Read more →
I recently received a comment from a relative looking for nephew after the disaster in New Orleans. While my site is popular, there are better central sites to search for lost relatives. First Government’s web portal has a page on... Read more →
I believe blogs are going to become even more important as a way for ordinary citizens to describe their experiences and opinions to a wider audience as a result of Hurricane Katrina. Newspaper reports and access to local television is... Read more →
As the number of commercial websites offering to connect relatives’ increases, I suddenly thought that there should be one site where people can post messages on the Internet to connect with lost relatives. And that site should not be a... Read more →
Blogging is all about starting a conversation with another individual. I don't mind if someone from a company posts useful and relevant information on my blog. But that information has to be within the context of an existing conversation. I reserve the right to delete or edit content and links from comments on this blog if I think you are just making a sales pitch or trying to increase your SEO standing.