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Check out the Great PR Blogs at Alltop

We’re very excited to have been accepted to Alltop. Check out the great PR content there at http://pr.alltop.com/, where you will also find a feed of InkLings@InkHouse.

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A Holiday Ode to Hustle and Bustle

We graced our new entryway just 12 months ago

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Oh Christmas Tree

Andy Rooney said that “The best Christmas trees come very close to exceeding nature.” I think ours comes pretty close.

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10 Words We Can Retire in 2011

Words, when wielded effectively, can carry great power. But that’s for another post. As we near the end of 2010, I’ve compiled a list of words that have simply lost their meaning from overuse. Many of these are perfectly good words that just need a time out.

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What PR Can Learn from the Tea Party

There is a lot we can learn from the Tea Party outside of election politics, but I will come back to this in a few paragraphs. A few months ago, I was honored when Business Insider asked me contribute posts from blog. A number of my posts have been syndicated now and one thing is true for all of them – my headlines always get changed. I don’t mind because as a PR person, I appreciate the value of...

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Transmedia Lessons from the Catholic Church

I’ve been fortunate. For a few years I worked in Kendall Square and often found my way over to MIT for various events – mostly the MIT Communications Forum. In the course of these visits I got to hear Henry Jenkins discuss the idea of transmedia – that is various content types and channels being used to share elements of a narrative that strengthen and support the overall story. If you consume...

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PR Parenting

Contributed by Samantha McGarry

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Feeling the Twitter Love

OK, I admit it. I don’t tweet as much as I probably should. Don’t get me wrong, I am an avid Twitter user – following people and organizations I think are interesting, important or just fun. But actually tweeting what I am doing personally – well, sometimes I find myself at a loss. I love Twitter – getting breaking news fast, hearing people’s reactions quickly, and obviously I use it for my...

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