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PR Winners and Losers from David Strom’s RSA Inbox

RSA Conference (RSAC) has come and gone, and hopefully the email flow has finally stopped. As usual, the conference and its associated 300 or so emails shows what the best and worst PR practices are. This time I asked Sam if I could share with you my analysis of these inquiries, in the hope that we (we being the trade press) can work better with you.

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Is Good Sexy? Or is Good Boring? Amanda Orr on Social Good PR

SWMS subscriber Amanda Orr writes:

Thank you for bringing this topic to the light in Media Survey, Sam, as it’s been on my professional mind for quite some time. Anecdotally, about three quarters of my clients over the past two to three years have had “social good” corporate missions.

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Matt Rosoff: “Been Doing This for 21 Years, Never Seen It This Bad”

“This week I’ve had a record number of people tell me they cannot talk to me because their PR department has blackballed me for no clear reason,” Chrissy Farr Tweeted on Apr. 6. “So glad you opened this door,” Tweeted CNBC editorial director Matt Rosoff the next day. “Every week I am stunned anew by how some PRs assume our business works, vs how it actually works.”

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Lindsay Ciulla: “That Time When…”

I’d love to say that every single time I’ve worked on a major announcement or campaign, things went perfectly – but that’s unfortunately not exactly how things go in PR. One of the most crushing let-downs is when an exclusive falls through. How do you react? What do you tell your client?

 
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SWMS Trend-Spot: B2B Editorial

Occasionally a client may ask, “What’s the big picture in B2B tech editorial?” If you’re lucky, that is. Usually they’re waiting for your deliverables. But every now and then it helps the client-agency relationship to go have the proverbial beer and discuss what’s happening in B2B edit, in the seams where it’s hard to notice.

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Correction on Mike Vizard

In our Nov. 30 emailer we stated that Mike Vizard had quit writing in order to oversee Digital CXO. Mike continues to write for Techstrong titles Devops.com and Container Journal, but did quit freelancing for VentureBeat and all other non-Techstrong titles.

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