Gini Dietrich

Rules of the Road

By: Gini Dietrich | June 28, 2011 | 
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This is not a blog post about PR or marketing. It’s not a blog post about social media. It’s not even a blog post about entrepreneurship or leadership. But it’s a post about something I care deeply about so I hope you’ll grant me a little leeway today... Read More
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Three Ways to Improve Your Stage Presence

By: Guest | June 27, 2011 | 
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Today’s guest post is written and recorded by Jill Foster. Have you ever been told your stage presence was “duller than a box of rocks?” To clarify: It’s a special level of suck. A straight-talking mentor gave that feedback years ago after seeing me deliver a speech. At the time my wounded ego just wanted to resign from public audiences altogether... Read More
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Thinking About Moving to Tumblr? Don’t.

By: Gini Dietrich | June 27, 2011 | 
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A couple of weeks ago on Inside PR, Martin Waxman, Joe Thornley, and I broached the subject of Steve Rubel moving his blog to Tumblr. At the time, I didn’t know much more than the fact that he did it so I spent some time speculating with my compadres about whether or not that was a good decision, for him, for us, and for businesses that have built [&hellip... Read More
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Gin and Topics: Equality, SEO, and a Sheep Expert

By: Gini Dietrich | June 24, 2011 | 
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You know what next week is? A short week! Oh. Wait. I guess the short week really isn’t until the following week. But most of us will leave early next Friday. Right? Right. So sorry to rub that in the faces of my friends not in the U.S. We’ll be thinking of you as we sit outside sweltering in the heat. Until then, though, there is [&hellip... Read More
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Does the Great Gatsby Live on Empire Avenue?

By: Guest | June 23, 2011 | 
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Today’s guest post is written by Geoff Livingston. It was the Roaring Twenties. He was wealthy and threw great parties. He may have been a celebrated character, but Jay Gatsby was also mysterious and unknown. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s fictional nouveau-rich millionaire died at the hands of a jealous husband. Though the Great Gatsby was famous, very few people attended his funeral. The perception of influence did [&hellip... Read More
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Managing Unruly Clients

By: Gini Dietrich | June 23, 2011 | 
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What time is it? That’s right! It’s Facebook question of the week time (clap, clap, clap)! Before I get to the question, though, I want to say that I am so glad I wrote the Mormons Make Better Leaders post yesterday. I learned so much about many of you, including how many LDS friends I have. I had no idea! For those of you who commented [&hellip... Read More
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Four Billion Reasons You Need a Facebook Page

By: Arment Dietrich | June 22, 2011 | 
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Last month marked big news in the Internet world. Google reached one billion unique viewers. One. Billion. Unique. Viewers. This is the highest amount a web company has ever seen. According to comScore, the four sites with the most unique visitors during the month of May are as follows: Google with one billion unique visitors (8.4 percent increase per month) Microsoft with 905 million (15 percent [&hellip... Read More
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Mormons Make Better Leaders

By: Gini Dietrich | June 22, 2011 | 
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Some of you may not know that I grew up in Utah. The inevitable question, after I tell people that is, “Are you Mormon?” Yes, I was raised Mormon. Through a series of family events and some hypocrisy with some of the members in our ward, I stopped going to church when I was 18, right before I graduated from high school. And then I went [&hellip... Read More
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Dear Blogger, You’re Taking Yourself Too Seriously

By: Guest | June 21, 2011 | 
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Today’s guest post is written by Michael Schechter. Hey! You! Over there! Dear blogger, we need to talk. Sit down for a second, ’cause I really want you to hear what I am saying. You are taking yourself too seriously. No, don’t argue. Take a moment. Think about what I’m saying here. Sure you take the work seriously, and that’s great. Sure, you have a blog [&hellip... Read More