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class blogs – i've already started to 'look in' on your blogging efforts

Update: Visit the Student Blogs page for the latest links to this semester’s blogs.

—– Now, the old post —–

I have linked to all of your blogs below … please check your e-mail daily and look for class notes, etc…

also, read on for details on how you should blog … ok!

If, by chance, you are a SPAMMER … don’t waste your time. 🙂 All of these blogs are ‘comments moderated’ … just move on.

However, if you are a good and decent soul, please feel free to check out our student efforts as they enter the blogoshpere.

Update: With the semester over now, some of these blogs will likely become dormant. About one dozen of these students graduate this semester. It will be interesting to see if any others continue to blog.

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7 comments

  1. Yes, I found out the hard way that the student blogs are moderated. I tried to comment on one of your students – thought it was my connection that was buggy – and reposted 3 times.

    So, if you want to be kind, you can delete 2 of the comments on Jessica’s blog…

    I’m going to blog about your students probably this weekend, after I have a chance to read their blogs.

  2. Hey Jeremy,

    Thank you for commenting. I sent e-mail your way with more information. The comment moderation is due to ‘comment spam’ that began showing up last week. It was from Amsterdam, of all places.

    I will get with Jessica and fix those extra two comments. No problem.

    We appreciate your involvement and look forward to your comments!

    Take care.

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  5. My friend Jeremy Pepper told me about this class and I look forward to reading your blogs. It’s great to see so many folks fired up on PR and using blogs. I think online communications is going to change how we do business for the better. If anyone is from the Silicon Valley or interested in Tech PR, let me know. My firm would enjoy meeting you.

  6. Hello Matthew,

    Thank you for looking in on our blogging activities! Special thanks for offering to correspond with students interested in Tech PR, too. I know they deeply appreciate any feedback.

    Re: online – I agree. Online is making a big difference. Being relatively new & ever evolving, the possibilities will continue to grow. Creativity is enhanced with such a flexible form.

    Take care.

    Robert

  7. Hey Students,

    An update… Shel Holtz has also looked in on your blogs.

    Holtz is “principal of Holtz Communication + Technology, which focuses on helping organizations apply online communication capabilities to their strategic organizational communications. His clients have included CIGNA, AT&T, IBM Global Services, Sears, the Alzheimer’s Association, Kimberly Clark Corporation, Scholastic Inc., Alcan, EDS, Aetna, Tennessee Valley Authority, BellSouth, John Deere, Deloitte & Touche, Manulife Financial, Hewitt Associates, General Mills, Prudential, Rockwell, Allstate Insurance, USAA, and Monsanto.”

    See his company’s website here. It is an open source portal, by the way. He’s running Mambo. How cool!

    Thank you for looking in on our efforts, Mr. Holtz. We appreciate your interest.