Gini Dietrich

#FollowFriday: #PR Breakfast Club

By: Gini Dietrich | November 5, 2010 | 
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Today’s #FollowFriday is a little bit different in that it’s not a person. PR Breakfast Club (#PRBC) is a collaboration of industry professionals. They claim the blog to be a “hashtag, a conversation, a group of flaks who are on Twitter, a chance to vent, to catch up with friends near and far, and to start the day off right.”

Started by TJ Dietderich (who I could be related to for not the extra “de” in her last name), Christina KhouryJennifer Musico, CT Michaels, Patrick Dixon (miss you, Patrick!), Keith Trivitt, and Peter Cognoscenti, it has evolved into a blog full of some names you’d recognize (Danny Brown and Elizabeth Sosnow, for instance) and some really smart up-and-comers.

A little bit snark, a little bit humorous, and a lot of smart, PR Breakfast Club covers everything from conferences and media relations to social media and analytics, there is something for every communication professional, no matter your level.

If you’re not in the PR industry, but work with communications professionals or even hire them, I encourage you to check out PR Breakfast Club for the education, alone. Because, the smarter you are about the professionals you hire, the better results you are able to get…PR included.

About Gini Dietrich


Gini Dietrich is the founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich, an integrated marketing communications firm. She is the author of Spin Sucks, co-author of Marketing in the Round, and co-host of Inside PR. She also is the lead blogger at Spin Sucks and is the founder of Spin Sucks Pro.

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  • arikhanson

    A big shout to Mr. Cog for keeping the PRBC wheels in motion now for more than a year. So many great contributors, but without Cog’s direction and management of the blog, it wouldn’t be where it is today.

  • arikhanson

    A big shout to Mr. Cog for keeping the PRBC wheels in motion now for more than a year. So many great contributors, but without Cog’s direction and management of the blog, it wouldn’t be where it is today.

  • @arikhanson Come on now, Arik – we all know prcog is insufferable as it is – don’t encourage the bugger!

  • @arikhanson Come on now, Arik – we all know prcog is insufferable as it is – don’t encourage the bugger!

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  • ginidietrich

    @dannybrown arikhanson Yeah…I’m with Danny. Let’s not encourage prcog too much!

  • ginidietrich

    @dannybrown arikhanson Yeah…I’m with Danny. Let’s not encourage prcog too much!

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