Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

February in Review – From the WhatsApp Acquisition to the Death of Flappy Bird

It”s that time again — Bateman’s monthly review of the most notable and buzzed about news spanning tech, pop culture and everything in-between. When you”re done reading, feel free to share your thoughts and any big news we may have … Continue reading

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Bateman Group to host panel on “Journalists Turned PR Pros”

Leaving journalism to work in PR has been quite a ride (which I actually wrote about in a three-part series that starts here). Since I started at Bateman Group last year I have casually swapped notes with Michael Kanellos, a … Continue reading

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Leveraging Internet Memes to Promote Your Company – Harlem Shake Edition

It’s no secret that there’s a talent war in Silicon Valley, and an increasing number of companies in the Bay Area specifically point out that one of biggest problems is recruiting and keeping “A” talent. Startups have more cash than … Continue reading

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Social Media Versus PR: Who Owns the Message?

I had the pleasure of watching Bateman Group’s CEO and Founder Fred Bateman participate in a panel discussion at the PR Summit Conference last week. In addition to Fred, the diverse group of panelists included Harry McCracken, technology editor from Time Magazine, Gerard Francis Corbett, chair and CEO of PRSA and Teresa Rodriguez, president of TangoDiva. Y’Anad Burrell of Glass House Communications moderated the discussion. Continue reading

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Facebook Not Being Transparent? The Irony!

It has been interesting to watch the Facebook IPO unfold. When the stock hit the Nasdaq trading floors last Friday, I was in Tokyo for a friend’s wedding. I didn’t really feel the effects of the IPO madness until I … Continue reading

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Bateman Buzz Meter for May 2012

The latest installment of the Bateman Buzz Meter for May 2012, our ranking of recent newsworthy events based on PR and Social Media effectiveness. As always, comments welcome! Continue reading

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