Technorati Makes Good:
Case Study about Doing Social PR Right
I started this little blog two months ago and have been trying to “claim” my blog at Technorati the entire time. I couldn't do it. I sent in e-mails to help with no avail.
I made a comment about my experience with Technorati at Media Orchard yesterday and was told, “you get what you pay for.”
However, today Dave Sifry himself left me this little comment on my blog, and voila, the problem was FIXED, and I am just a simple z-list blogger.
For which, I need to buzz Shel over at Naked Conversations, where I was bemoaning how A-list bloggers get all of the attention.
So, thanks to Sifry and Technorati for fixing my problem; however, you really need to work on your customer service department's return on e-mails so you don't always have to be in crisis mode and so Sifry can spend his time on other more CEO-like tasks, like making big deals with other companies and developing new tools.
Now if only I could get my blog to show up in the PR Pub Sub list.
Constantin Basturea, the list manager, has been very responsive and said he added it two weeks ago, and it is showing up in the RSS feed on the right column, but not in the actual list (sigh).
Who knows, maybe the Pub Sub people are listening and can help.