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They will see us waving from such great heights

I know not everyone in the world reads blogs, but if you plan to pursue a career in public relations, better step up your game.  I came across this very exhaustive list of blogs from odwyerpr.com.  I’m sure they don’t have every public relations blog under the sun, but you could get your feet wet exploring these resources.

PR Blogs

104 West Blog
104 West Partners

6 A.M.
Richard Edelman

A Shel of My Former Self
Shel Holtz

Acropolis
Zeno Group

Altitude: 30,000 Feet
Moore Consulting Group

Andy Lark’s Blog
Andrew Lark

Bad Pitch Blog
RLM PR

Bite Marks
Bite PR

Beyond the Hype
Lois Paul & Partners

BlinnPR Blog
Steve Blinn

Brass Tacks
Horn Group

BuzzMachine
Jeff Jarvis

Bulletproof Blog
Levick Strategic Communications

Catching Flack
Jon Greer

Channel Talk
PR Channel

Cision Blog
Cision

C-O-I-N-S
Paul Ostreicher

Collective Conversation
Hill & Knowlton blogs

MEDIAtor Blog
CommCore Consulting Group

Corporate PR
Elizabeth Albrycht

CulpWrit
Ron Culp, Ketchum

D.C. Public Affairs/PR Jobs
Gordon Barnes

Death of Time
Doug Poretz, Qorvis Comms.

Weill on Blogging and Social Media
Debbie Weill

Desirable Roasted Coffee
Allan Jenkins

Digital Influence Blog
Ogilvy PR Worldwide

Don’t Eat the Shrimp
Josh Morgan

Down the Avenue
Renee Blodgett

D S Simon Vlog Views
Douglas Simon (D S Simon Prods. Inc.)

Engage In PR
Kyle F. Flaherty (Horn Group)

Envirocomm
E. Bruce Harrison

Ethical Optimist
Ann Higgins (Utopia Communications)

Expert Marketing
Stern Communications

FH Out Front Blog
Gay and Lesbian Comms.

First Person PR
Kari Hanson

The Flack
Peter Himler

From the Desert to the Sea…
John Stodder

The Good, The Bad, The Spin
Bob Conrad

Harding Place
Jerry Schwartz

Harold Burson’s Blog
Harold Burson (Burson-Marsteller)

Holmes Report Blog
Paul Holmes

HyperText
Text 100

IdeaDrivenMarketing
Patrick Di Chiro (Thunder Factory)

Idea{logg}
Carolyn Leber

Ideas to Use (PR/PA)
Ernest Landante, Jr.

Influence 2.0
Jim Nail (Cymfony)

infOpinions
Robert French (Auburn Univ.)

Integrated Perspective
VMS

K Street Cafe
Adfero Group

Ishmael’s Corner
Lou Hoffman

IT Security & Public Relations
Tony Mackey

It’s All Very PR
Alyson Campbell (Amp3 PR)

Judy Cushman’s Blog
Judith Cushman & Assocs. (exec. search)

KD Paine’s Measurement Blog
Katie Paine

KWE Group’s Luxury Travel & Lifestyle Trends Blog
Karen Weiner Escalera

Left Brain
Ruder Finn (RFI Studios)

Lewis 360 blog
Lewis PR

lmgprlounge
Loughlin Michaels Group

The Living Room
JSH&A PR

The Lois Whitman Diary
Lois Whitman/HWH PR

LT PR Blog
LT PR

LubetkinsOtherBlog
Steve Lubetkin

Marketing Begins at Home
David Parmet

Measuring Up
Ed Moed (Peppercom)

Media Guerrilla
Mike Manuel (Voce Communications)

Media Mindshare
Michael Tangeman

Media Orchard
Idea Grove

Media Savvy Leader
David Henderson

Mediashop PR Blog
Mediashop PR

Micro Persuasion
Steve Rubel (Edelman)

Minnesota PR Blog
Ryan May (BAE Systems)

My Three Cents
Ken Makovsky

My 2 Cents
David Reich (Reich Communications)

NaumannBlanchard
Karen Blanchard

NevOn
Neville Hobson

New York Buzz
AMP3 Public Relations

The Next 50 Years
GolinHarris

Novell Open PR
Novell PR staff

Online PR Thoughts
Jim Horton (Robert Marston Associates)

Open the Dialogue
Tom Biro and Chris Thilk (MWW Group)

Page Turner
The Arthur W. Page Society

PepperDigital
Peppercom

PerkettPRsuasion
PerkettPR, Inc.

Phil’s Blogservations
Phil Gomes

Peritus PR Blog
Staff

Pierce Mattie PR Blog
Staff

Pollack PR Marketing Group Blog
Noemi Pollack

Pop! PR Jots
Jeremy Pepper

PR 2.0
Brian Solis

PR Differently
Peter Shankman

PR Blog News
Mark Rose

PR Coach
George Rosenberg

PR Conversations
Global opinions
on PR from local perspectives

PR Differently
Peter Shankman

PR Meets the WWW
Constantin Basturea

The PR Lawyer
Gina Furia Rubel

PR & Publicity Blog
Ivan Chan

PR Rock & Roll
Drew Kerr (Four Corners Comms.)

PR Squared
Todd Defren, Shift Comms.

PRactically Speaking Online
RGM Communications

Press Release PR Blog
Press Release PR

PRNewsandViews
John Lonsdorf (R&J PR)

PR Talk
Denis Hiller

PressThink
Jay Rosen (NYU)

PR Jobs List
Andrew Hudson

PR Newser
Mediabistro

PR Workbench
Jack Monson

RaceTalkBlog
Racepoint Group

Reason Enough
Peppercom

The ReidWegs Report
Reid Wegley

Reputation Excellence
Morrissey & Co.

Rosica PR News
Rosica Strategic PR

Seat at the Table
Ephraim Cohen

RepMan
Steve Cody (Peppercom)

ReputationXChange
Leslie Gaines-Ross (Weber Shandwick)

Reputation Gurus
GCI Group (corporate practice)

The Reputation Doctor
MGP & Associates PR

Ruder Finn Ethics
Ruder Finn

Rx for PR
Russo Partners

The Saxum Perspective
Saxum Communications

ScatterBox
Steven Silvers

Seth Godin’s Blog
Seth Godin

Silicon Valley PR
Tim Dyson (NextFifteen)

Small Guy PR
Brian Lustig (SunRocket Inc.)

Spark PR Blog
Spark PR

The Spectrum Blog
Spectrum Science Comms.

Speechwriter-Ghostwriter
Jane Genova

Stern + Blog
Stern + Associates

Straight Talk
Michael Kempner (MWW Group)

Strategic PR
Kevin Dugan

Strumpette
Amanda Chapel

Style & Focus PR
Anonymous

Tech PR Gems
Topaz Partners

Thoughts from Ronn Torossian
5W PR

ToneHall
Marsha Keeffer

UbiquitousMarketing
Keith O’Brien

Voce Nation
Voce Communications

Westbound Blog
Westbound Communications

What’s Your Thing?
Horn Group

Wheatley & Timmons Blog
Bob Wheatley, CEO

The Zone Read
Paul Walker (GCI Group)

Remember that one meeting where I went on a rant about setting up Twitter, LinkedIn and PROpenMic accounts and Google reader to save time and keep up with blogs (also Joel Johnson discussed this too)?  There is a method to my madness because this will come in handy to you someday.  A former co-worker of mine told me the other day he was hired at a job that he LOVES because he had sent his now boss a Twitter message after his interview.

2 thoughts on “They will see us waving from such great heights

  1. Thanks for including me Or at least including the list from Odwyer that included me). There’s a lot of smart people on that list, with a lot of great information that they love to share.

  2. Thanks for including DC Public Affairs + Communications Jobs in the listing.

    FYI – the Culpwrit blog (coincidentally listed right above mine) may be of particular interest to your readership – it’s oriented towards developing a PR career path, with lots of info for people trying to break into the business.

    Also – the Riley Guide is not a PR blog – but it is a nice compendium of job-search resources, and maybe some of your folks would be interested in that.

    http://www.rileyguide.com/jobs.html

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