A regular feature on this blog, here are the other blogs I subscribed to in March which I feel should be shared with the community:
A VC – I have no interest in VC, but every now and then there’s interesting stuff on social media that I read and enjoy.
Socialmedia.biz is a great site keeping up with social media in the business setting.
Inside PR is one of the many podcasts that I’ve added to my Ipod (soon to be Ipod touch) this month. I think it’s a great listen to keep up with what’s happening in the PR scene in Canada. Their recent episode talks about interns not wanting to do admin work (?!). Dave & Terry: I will be in Canada later in the year and will be happy to do admin work on top of whatever else you require.
Pamela, who I also follow on Twitter has a great blog, and us PR/social media students have to stick together!
I also added:
bub.blicio.us and PR 2.0 by Brian Solis
Digital Influence Mapping Project by John Bell
Influential Marketing Blog by Rohit Bhargava
Ubernoggin by Intellagirl aka Sarah Robbins.
Winextra by Steven Hodson
PR and Comms Network
As always, if you have a blog you think I should be subscribing to, please feel free to leave it in the comments section. I’m currently a little overwhelmed by my feeds, but anything that adds value will still be greatly welcome.
Tomorrow: Blogs I’m Subscribed To: Singaporean edition. Lots of good stuff, I promise.
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