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Hack vs. Flack...a social media point/counterpoint

by Director of Marketing at Empower MediaMarketing on Jan 28, 2010

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The Circuit asked The Cincinnati Enquirer's @jamespilcher and I to present on the state of media relations in regards to the impact of social media (http://bit.ly/8YcMKv). ...

The Circuit asked The Cincinnati Enquirer's @jamespilcher and I to present on the state of media relations in regards to the impact of social media (http://bit.ly/8YcMKv).

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  • MikeBoehmer57 Mike Boehmer, Media Manager at Catholic Health Partners Thanks for sharing. You have such a great talent for explaining complex concepts in an easy-to-understand manner. Wish I was there. I keep trying to remind myself about the basics, especially when it comes to using social media to achieve strategic communication goals -- research, planning, implementation, evaluation. Don't forget to integrate with traditional communication channels, especially face-to-face. Thanks again. 4 years ago
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