Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Flatter blog

Apparently Phil Gomes had the same idea I did:

Journalists love to know that they're being thoughtfully written about just as much as your clients want to have stories thoughtfully written about them. For the first time, blogs allowed PR pros to do that in a meaningful, visible, and conversation-friendly fashion.

The same can be said for industry analysts, venture capitalists, and anyone else you might wish to cultivate.


Anonymous said...

The next question is the one of etiquette -- do you let the subject of your comments know that he or she is being written about? If so, how?

If a compliment falls in the blogosphere, and nobody Technoratis it, does anybody hear?

Love your blog,


Alice said...

I usually sent them email; but I guess it depends.