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Blog Comment #20

Casey Corley’s Blog-PRCA 3330 by Casey Corley

November 30, 2010

First of all I would like to just comment on how cute your layout is Miss. Corley :) And I loved these guidelines…especially the last one because blogging should be a fun way to express your feelings and share thoughts or information! I AM often intimidated by my blog because I feel like it’s not going to be good enough or meaningful. I am also scared to voice my opinion too much because I don’t want to offend anyone, but then I think to myself, “well it is MY blog…” I am also guilty of not getting to know fellow bloggers other than a few people in our class and maybe a few friends with blogs. Thanks for posting dear :)


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Blog Comment #19

Alicia’s Blog by Alicia Addison

November 30, 2010

I also had never heard of the Alltop website until this post. This article offers very useful information in keeping certain information off the internet that you would not want advertised to the world. I always try to use the mindset that anyone could see what I am posting or doing and that helps me filter through things that may or may not be appropriate for social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter. Like Casey, my favorite point mentioned was “present yourself the was you want to be perceived”. That is very short, self-explanatory, and to the point. The other tip I liked was “learn by watching others”. I can honestly relate to this because when I see things that people post that are just too inappropriate I think to myself that I don’t want to be portrayed the way that person is portraying themselves.

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Blog Comment #18

Journalistics: Now Rank This: Blog Posts That Drive Traffic by Jeremy Porter

November 28, 2010

I enjoy lists on blogs because, as you said, I have a short attention span. Lists DO catch my attention and keep my attention. While using lists or rankings for every post would get very redundant, one every now and then gives a blog some “flair”, if you will. I agree that it is important to see what works best not only for you, but what your readers enjoy best (if you are trying to cater to them). Checking/Including the facts is always a great way to basically add a backbone to your post. The facts add credibility and make a story much more convincing.

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Blog Comment #17

‘Still Traveling’- Waterfront Christmas Traditions by Keith Still

November 28, 2010

There is nothing better than Christmas in the South. The Parade of Boats is definitely a treat if you have never been to it so I can appreciate you including it in this “list”. Most people also would not think of Key West at Christmas time because, well, most people associate Christmas with cold weather and snow (not warm weather and the beach). I have always heard of the holiday celebration(s) Key West offers in terms of lights and events, but have never actually been myself.

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Blog Comment #16

“My Sweet Savannah”

November 8, 2010

This is so precious!!! I am ALWAYS looking for cute DIY projects and I just adore whimsical Christmas decor! A cute alternative to this would be doing your favorite football team colors or anything else you may love/support!! I love the colors and patterns on this tree! Thanks for sharing!

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Blog Comment #15

Kison15’s Blog by Kison Turner

October 19, 2010

I have always been concerned about the privacy of my Facebook page. Obviously I am brave enough to share my information with 1,000 “friends”, but I would not want anything on my Facebook page to jeopardize my chances at a job in my future. The thought of my information being shared with third-parties completely irritates me! I agree with you in that there is still plenty of money in advertising! I also hope that Facebook doesn’t continue to be so public with our information and maybe it will become private like it used to be!

Add a comment October 20, 2010

Blog Comment #14

Getting IN: Life as a Fashion PR Intern at Chic Little Devil PR

October 19, 2010

Thanks so much for posting your interview with these people! This is so insightful to me because I always felt that a career in the PR field (especially with fashion) seemed far-fetched. Being in my senior year as a PR major this has inspired me to reconsider my direction with PR and maybe focus on a fashion perspective! Thanks for posting and good luck!

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Blog Comment #13

Getting Started in PR by Andrea Adkins

October 19, 2010

This is extremely helpful! I can’t ever get enough advice about interviews and resume writing! I think it gets boring to some people, but I always love seeing/hearing what employers like to see/hear on resumes/interviews! Thanks for posting!

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Blog Comment #12

Rantings of a PR Student by Stephanie Thomas

October 19, 2010

That is ridiculous! I think that what makes celebrities important and special is being humble and thankful. Some specifications are okay and understandable. This list just takes “demanding” to an entirely different level. I totally agree with the “diva” statement as well! This totally gives me a different opinion of Jennifer Lopez!! Thanks for posting :)

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Blog Comment #11

Lo Woodward’s Logs

October 19, 2010

Wow this is so great!! I can’t relate to how hectic your life must be because from the sounds of it you have A LOT on your hands. Sometimes I get SO caught up in things that I forget to take time to step back and put everything in order that needs to be done. This is my favorite part because it truly is a great idea:
“So that’s 2 hours, 15 minutes for email; 2 hours for Social Media engagement. Assuming an 8–hour day (ha!), that leaves 3 hours & 45 minutes for “heavy lifting” – assignments including writing, research, meetings, etc.”

I personally think that is a perfect amount of time even for a student (considering class schedules though). Thanks for posting Lo :)


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