A recap of two #measurePR Twitter chats featuring Alan Chumley and Katie Paine on their measurement outlooks for 2012, and more.
While some celebrities are faking a digital death, public relations measurement marches relentlessly towards digital life.
If you were ever a Girl Guide (I was!) or, as they say in America, Girl Scout, that might be a familiar song to you.
I don’t know why Waltzing Matilda (that’s the name of the song) is so closely identified with the Guiding tradition (anyone care to fill me in?).
Frankly, when I was 11 years old, I didn’t think about stuff like that.
Because it’s a great campfire song?
When I worked at Ruder Finn some years ago, I was told, one day, that I was being moved to an account that I perceived as less than thrilling.
Never one to hide my feelings very well (I know, weird for a former actress, but it’s true), I must have given away how not-excited I was.
Shortly after, I was marched into the office of one of the VPs (I was an Account Supervisor at […]