I usually I post this closer to the beginning of the month, but better late than never. Here are the most popular posts in January on Communication Overtones.
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective Blogs
- 5 Social Media Trends that Will Impact PR
- How to Successfully Promote Your Company in Second Life
- Fun Friday: Lineman Steals Oranges on YouTube
- Let them eat cake: Blogs are for the elite?
- Six Principles of Public Relations: But First Develop a Spine
- Is it Absurd or Unethical for Charities to Monitor Blogs?
- What I Learned About PR at McDonalds
- Faking It: Sex Sells, But is It Worth It?
- Prevention: Avoiding a “Firememe”
Also, I am instituting a new tradition. I want to give a shout out to the top 10 blogs that sent over referral traffic to Communication Overtones in January. To each of you, I am one of your biggest fans and I hope that my readers take the time to check out each of your excellent blogs.
- PR-Squared by the inimitable Todd Defren of Shift Communications, have you checked out his new Social Media Newsroom idea? Roo I’ll have more to say on that soon.
- ToddAnd by Todd Andrlik, the father of the Power 150 Marcom blogs list and river of news
- Converstations by Mike Sansone, who is also a co-host of the new podcast and call-in show, ConverStations Workshop
- Adventures in Business Communication by Dee Rambeau, also a founder of The Fuel Team, which provides on-demand software like media rooms
- On Message from Wagner Communications by Jon Wagner, a fellow Texan and sports fan
- Communicators Anonymous by Lauren Vargas, who flatters me too much and is a good friend – happy blogbirthday!
- The Motoharusumi Blog, which is written in
Korean, I think,Japanese and which I wish I could read
- Micropersuasion by Steve Rubel, who works for Edelman and needs no introduction
- a shel of my former self by Shel Holtz, podcaster extraordinaire and all-around great guy – can't wait to see you in Vegas!
- IndiaPRBlog! By Hobbit Hobb, who is the premier source for information about marketing and PR in India and has taught me a little about how that market works