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A Review of: Online Public Relations Thoughts November 6, 2008

Filed under: Public Relations — Julie Smith @ 7:01 pm
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     Online Public Relations Thoughts, a blog by Jim Horton. Jim Horton developed and maintains this blog to help PR professionals serve clients better, faster and cheaper. This blog is certainly up to date in news and on the ball about what is going on everywhere. I was well informed on topics relating to all aspects of PR having read numerous posts. The blog basically refers to different pieces from the media and points specifics out, that are funny, helpful, or just plain wrong. One thing I love and appreciate about Mr. Horton’s blog is his sense of humor. One particular post called Context  refers to this funny article. The article clearly displays poor communication and judgment, but teaches a real lesson.

 

    Looking at the archives of this blog, I see that Mr. Horton has been posting steadily every month of ever year since 2004. That in itself is pretty darn impressive, and anyone who has a blog can agree, that they can be a bit difficult to keep up with consistently.  Overall I thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Hortons blog, not only because it is helpful in the world of PR but it is current on events and issues going on in the world around us. Most blogs are opinion based, and I feel this blog has more facts than opinions and that is something I can appreciate. Words of wisdom to Jim Horton; keep up the good work!

Horton, J. (2004, Jan.). Retrieved Nov. 06, 2008, from http://online-pr.blogspot.com/

 

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