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Jun 20, 2018

Do you need another social network? Can an existing social network break out by jumping on the privacy bandwagon? Can it do it by advertising in the print version of the New York Times? We talk about MeWe. In her Internet Trends 2018 report, Mary Meeker suggests that we're living in a Privacy Paradox. We found this...


Jun 11, 2018

Instagram released some information about how its algorithm determines what we see. Every individual has a unique feed. But all of us gain some insight from Instagram's disclosure. A praiseworthy step toward greater transparency is how the social media sausage is made. Last October, Facebook de-emphasized news in the...


Jun 4, 2018

On this week, Gini Dietrich gives a textbook demonstration of how to start a podcast, we look at one important element of success in managing distributed workforces, and we look at the marketing and advertising hangover from the implementation of GDPR. All this, and news from the CPRS Annual Conference. Oh, and Martin...


May 20, 2018

We have lots to talk about on this week's Inside PR podcast.

PRSA Counselors Academy

Counselors Academy wrapped up in Toronto last week. And, if you missed it this year, Martin Waxman talks about some of his personal highlights - and tells you why you should attend next year.

No Klout

Klout is no more. We won't spill...


May 8, 2018

In the past two weeks, many people have jumped on the bandwagon launched by Will Oremus' article "Are You Really the Product? The history of a dangerous idea." In a nutshell, Oremus argues that the "If you're not paying for the product, you are the product," aphorism doesn't really apply in the case of Facebook. Gini...