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Bob Pickard
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Why Twitter is key to learning and improving PR: | in @Marketing_Mag by @debweinstein | Concur
How can we make people care about global warming? | "The psychological climate paradox"
Social media moves markets, says new @ecb paper: | Moves society |
Climate change seen as top global threat: | Indeed it is
"Believe you can and you're halfway there" — Theodore Roosevelt
Map of world population by income: | Maybe not as many really ‘rich’ countries as some think
Check out this practical new guide for climate change communication: | from @ClimateOutreach
“No matter how busy you are, you must take time to make the other person feel important” — Mary Kay Ash
Fitness trackers are selling well, but with significant abandonment: | I remain a @fitbit fan
Climate scientist aims to change global warming dialogue one story at a time: | Note the app
25+ most fascinating digital marketing stats from this week
Retweeted by Bob Pickard
Psychological research and global warming: | Such studies should inform climate communication
More than half of journalists say they could not work without social media: | News flash
The rise of the title-less leader: | A refreshing trend in an era with runaway title inflation
"The problem with not that you deprive yourself of being forgiven"
"Freedom of the press is not an end in itself but a means to the end of achieving a free society" — F. Frankfurter
A clear explanation by @SylviaStead on why the media sometimes needs to use anonymous sources:
See this all-emoji PR press release from @chevrolet | Emojis a new 'Esperanto of ideograms'
I see that my home country has a colourful new 150th anniversary logo:
A new @pewresearch study reveals the international image rivalry between China and the USA:
RT @MarketingEds Here are some mindless Cannes tweets made by agencies: | Plus pretentious
New PR app claims to be like Tinder, but for media pitching: | via @PRNewser @hunterschwarz
A review of the book ‘Trust Me, PR is Dead’ | by @FT's @henrymance
PR Week’s new ‘Global Power Book:’ | @prweek
A PR firm alters the Wikipedia pages of its star clients: | Way too much whitewashing online

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