PR33 – Blog Roll

InkHouse Inklings 
Twitter: @bamonaghan or @InkHousePR 

The Steveology Blog by Steve Farnsworth  

PR in Pink by Krista Paplau  

Words Done Write by Amber Avines

Ishmael’s Corner by Lou Hoffman 

Waxing Unlyrical 

One Guy’s Journey by Jason Mollica  

The PR Coach by Jeff Domansky

From A to Z GroupPR by Jules Zunich  

Soulati – Tude by Jayme Soulati  

Doug Haslam 

Public Relations and Managing Reputation by Craig Pearce

Convince and Convert by Jay Baer

Heidi Cohen

A Shel of My Former Self by Shel Holtz

CommunicationsConversations by Arik Hanson 

Spin Sucks by Gini Dietrich

PR Communications by John Cass  

The Future Buzz by Adam Singer

The Human Side of Media and the Social Side of Marketing by Danny Brown

PR Conversations 

Exploring the Intersection of Communications, Marketing and Social Media by Dave Fleet  

Business Grow by Mark Schaefer

Beyond the Hype 

Content Institute by Joe Pulizzi

Flack’s Revenge by Bob Geller  

Sword and the Script by Frank Strong 

Socialized by Joel Postman

PR at Sunrise by Andrew Worob 

PR Warrior by Trevor Young

The Buzz by Mike Schaffer 

HighTalk by George Snell

C-Level Strategies by Lisa Petrilli


For a full list with commentary check out original 2011 PR33 post.

  1. January 5, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    I can’t speak about a lot of these fine folks as the concept of PR blogs tends to make me surf other parts of the Interwebs quickly, but big fan in-person of Jeff Esposito, Brian Solis, Todd Defren (yes, he leaves the office/house sometimes) and Doug Haslam – hey, what’s that Brogan guy doing on this list? ;). The first blogger I read was Jeremy Pepper and he’s a gentleman to boot.

  2. November 18, 2013 at 5:40 pm

    You definitely list a bunch of the good PR blogs out there. One I’ve found that gives some useful current info is Mark Bernheimer’s Media Masters & Disasters blog at Practical and entertaining.

  1. January 7, 2011 at 6:45 pm

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