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Staples Stepping Over the Privacy Line?

Yesterday, I visited Staples.com to check the price of an item before heading over to my local store. Today, I received this in my email: I understand the need for cookies to allow pages to load faster – I get it, I truly do. But I was on a brand new computer that I’d never …

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PR New Year’s Resolutions – Sunday Coffee Contemplations

Happy New Year! It’s time for the obligatory New Year’s resolutions, which as one cartoon I spotted briefly last night and now can’t find, explained as a set of guidelines for the first week of January. I’m starting 2012 with a little more willpower than that, I hope. So to play my part in this …

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Six PR Skills in Short Supply – Sunday Christmas Coffee Contemplations

The end of the year is customarily a time for reflection on the past and prognostications for the future. This past week, PR maven (such an inadequate and overused word for someone who’s so much more) Gini Dietrich posted a list of six skills that every PR pro needs in this digital world on her …

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Why Do Marketers Ruin Everything? Sunday Coffee Contemplations

Why does marketing seem to ruin every new communication tool? President Obama is in hot water today with the Twitterverse for sending repeated tweets urging that followers put pressure on their legislators over the budget impasse. Mashable reports his account lost 36,000+ followers. As more and more people flock to Twitter (yes, pun definitely intended) the …

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