Public relations pros can learn a lesson from classical music aficionados in how to make beautiful music to reach the right audiences.
Guest Post by Narciso Tovar
This past week, I gave a presentation to the Dallas IREM group about the importance of giving social media a second look.
Before I set foot in the place, I knew that the crowd I was going to speak with would be
a bit more conservative
a bit more skittish about getting involved with social networking
you’ll have to read on to see who else is coming on board (as well as the tips).
“Why guest bloggers?”
you might ask. And you’d be well within your rights to do so.
After all, isn’t Waxing UnLyrical supposed to be “personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communications, and everything in between”?
I have some big news (well, for me) to announce today. Starting tomorrow, I’m thrilled that Narciso Tovar, principal of Big Noise Communications that runs on Method+Moxie (you should read it if you’re not already doing so), will be writing a monthly guest post for this blog. My (and yours) very first columnist!
As is wont to happen in this age of digital media, Narciso and I have never actually met (IRL).
We got to know each other on Twitter, and I’ve enjoyed reading […]