- 16 ways I use Evernote on business travel is the latest in my series of posts on how I'm using this workhorse tool...this time, on the road. Remind me to add a natural disasters travel pointer to this post later on.
- Do you keep telling us what you're going to tell us? will help you counsel your experts and spokespeople to avoid over-anticipatory language. Just tell us, already!
- Nominate a communicating scientist for these two awards clues you in to a pair of prizes offered to scientists who reach out effectively to public audiences. Deadlines are in September and October, so act fast--there's top prize money at stake.
- 3 reasons Warren Buffet's "tax me" op-ed worked so well took an opinion piece that trended on Twitter and showed you how to emulate its success.
- July's top 10 communications tips and issues got August off to a strong start, and features some of the best-read-ever posts on the blog.
- Do your Flip one better: ZOOM camcorder for sound starts my quest to replace my Flip cameras. They still work fine, but a new camera might improve on some of the Flip's shortcomings.
- The weekend read: My weekly share on Twitter for August 5 got the month started well, with lots of readers. Find out why.
- Pros & cons from the pros: What's your advice for journos who want to try PR? yielded just a few high-minded answers. Still time to weigh in, if you dare...
- Do comments matter to readers? offers data that will help you discern who's really looking for the chance to opine on your posts--and whether comments scare them off or not.
- 10 ways to stop disappearing, for communications directors will help make sure you're a networked communicator who can remain visible, even when things are busy.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
As always, I appreciate your readership. Welcome, September...
Posted by Denise Graveline at Wednesday, August 31, 2011