Gini Dietrich

Lots of Changes at Google: What it Means for You

By: Gini Dietrich | April 1, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 1KAll of the changes at Google are enough to make you want to cry over spilled milk. As if it wasn’t enough to hear rumors Feedburner is shutting down, then they announce Reader is retiring and now Alerts is next? I’ve always said we’re not the user of Google – we’re the product – so it shouldn’t [&hellip... Read More
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The Three Things, Edition 26

By: Gini Dietrich | March 31, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 58Welcome to 26th edition of The Three Things, the weekly update of three links, podcasts, videos, or books you can’t miss from Michael Schechter (Honora, A Better Mess), Howie Goldfarb (Sky Pulse Media), and me! For those of you new to this series, The Three Things arrives in your inbox on Sunday mornings (unless you don’t suscribe, but that can easily be [&hellip... Read More
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Gin and Topics: The Truth Fairy and a Dump Truck

By: Gini Dietrich | March 29, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 93Our office is officially closed today, but I am taking a writing vacation in exactly nine days so have lots to do! Yes, it’s true. I will be away from here for two whole weeks! But it means I’m taking advantage to most people being off today and getting some work done. That means you get the [&hellip... Read More
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Why Counselors Academy is a Must for PR Firm Leaders

By: Guest | March 28, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 204Today’s guest post is by Deborah Weinstein. Leading a successful PR firm is a delicate balancing act. I speak from experience as an entrepreneur and president of Toronto PR firm, Strategic Objectives. Founded in 1983, we remain proudly independent and prove the power of PR to build brands, change minds, and sell stuff, everyday. Balancing your people, [&hellip... Read More
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Treat People Like Adults and You’ll Have High Productivity

By: Gini Dietrich | March 28, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 470My dad forwarded me an email yesterday. It was from one of his colleagues who talked about the fact that external websites – including sites they need to access to do their jobs – had been shut down in an effort to “control non-work related web visits.” If a site is pertinent to one’s job, they have [&hellip... Read More
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Facebook Updates the News Feed

By: Yvette Pistorio | March 27, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 132Facebook updates never seem to end. We all cry and moan every time they make changes, but then settle into what’s new like a kid at Christmas. Fair warning: Facebook is at it again. This time they are messing with the news feed. At a big media event earlier this month they launched content-specific feeds for photos, music, [&hellip... Read More
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Website Content Every Organization Needs

By: Gini Dietrich | March 27, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 308The other day, I was scrolling through my shiny, new Feedly (which I love and am so happy Google Reader forced me to try) and I saw website content that caught my eye. On Marcus Sheridan’s website there is an image of a gorgeous pool and the headline says, “Considering an Inground Pool? Get Started with Pool [&hellip... Read More
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Your Corporate Website: Four Deadly Mistakes

By: Guest | March 26, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 258Today’s guest post is by Laura Click. When developing marketing plans for clients, an overhaul of their corporate website often tops the list of recommended tactics. Why? Because so many websites do a poor job of telling the company’s story and, ultimately, driving leads and sales for their business. And no, I’m not just talking about aesthetics. [&hellip... Read More
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Belly Ballot Hoax: Communication Gone Wrong

By: Gini Dietrich | March 26, 2013 | 
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Tweet Share Share +1 Pin Email Reddit Stumble ShareShares 159This is a couple of weeks old, but I can’t stop thinking about it… A start-up called Belly Ballot created a contest to pay an expectant mom $5,000 to let the Internet name her baby. It goes something like this: Natasha Hill was having a hard time deciding on a name for unborn child, which is due [&hellip... Read More
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