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Follow Friday Five #8

24 04 2009

PoolBall.png image by harrinator1After a couple of weeks absence (Easter and all that) I have another five blogs for you to take a look at on a Friday. It’s the usual plan – I give you five choices and you leave this blog to visit one of them.   The rules are flexible you can come back and visit another and repeat up to five times should you wish to.

It is the usual mix – from the established and mighty to the new kids on the block.  Once again it’s media, PR,  social web, politics and more besides.   

1.  Nikki Girvan First up is freelance journalist and Liverpool based PR Nikki with her take on the landscape of the media and PR, how the web is changing the way we think, work and interact.  Just two weeks old so catch it early.

2. Seth Godin’s Blog From the minnow to the mammoth by the way of mixed metaphor. Godin is author of ten bestselling books that have changed the way many people think about marketing.  This is probably the most influential marketing blog there is.

3. Becky McMichael’s PR Balancing Act Becky is head of the technology and corporate division at Ruder Finn UK. Here is where she posts where she links and what she thinks on subjects that range from The Apprentice to how businesses can cut costs and keep staff.  

4. Open (minds, finds, conversations)…  The musings of Anthony Mayfield on web: media, culture, commerce and the social, political, economic and commercial implications of online culture.  He works for iCrossing, where he heads up social media.

5 Craig McGill  The Scottish Digital Media Guy writing about media (social and not so social), PR, tech,  marketing, content managing and communication. Oh and there’s stuff on comics too.

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24 04 2009
Rebecca McMichael

Thanks for the shout out :-)

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