Monthly Archives: October 2010

Having remote fun at the non-political political rally

What moves you? Fear, fun or something else? Answer today’s poll and help a PR person get a new job. Continue reading

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Politics gets sexy

Here’s some interesting fodder for political science students. A new study suggests there’s a link between pornography and support for the winning political party. Maybe post-secondary education institutes should be mixing sociology and political science a little more often… Seriously, … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between members and internal stakeholders?

Those in corporate communications environments know that there are clear differences between customers and internal stakeholders like staff, management, suppliers and contractors. ´╗┐Recently, I was asked to explain the difference between members and internal stakeholders. A good question — one … Continue reading

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The risk of spin

Don’t risk it! Reputation is the gold standard in government or business. Continue reading

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