Robert French has kindly invited me to participate at Marcomblog, which is an excellent blog that is meant for the students at Auburn University, and other visitors, to directly access a variety of marketing and communication professionals and interact with them. I mean, how often does your readership get credit for reading and commenting on what you write?
My first post, which I put up late last night, is based on my theory of how the PR blog community will continue to break into smaller groups. With the growth of the community well beyond the natutal 150-person limit that tends to organically form, I hypothethize that the community will be ripe for further fracture and breakup into natural groupings, such the formation of the International Association of Nobodies.
If you haven't visted Marcomblog, you should take a look, and better yet, add your comments. If you are a student, you will find interesting information to help you plan for the next step, if you are a professional, your advice would be appreciated. If you are in between somewhere, the blog is a great aggregation of viewpoints and a primer about the practice of ublic relations and marketing.