PR 2.0

while I was blonking about the future of communications, some PR agency has come up with a press release template suggesting how to integrate Digg, del.icio.us, RSS feeds, as well as audio, and video links.

source: MarCom Blog

Author: nchenga

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Comments

  1. overkill.
    this is a serious draft, isn’t it?

    I am sceptical about the bullet-style new pref vs. the links to recent coverage to-date. Though it will be select coverage, obviously, the important message should come across by means of the agency’s own writings. No? Isn’t there a risk that journalists pick ready-made info (whole, useful sentences) from other sources than from the press release itself.

    Maybe I’m just missing something important.

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