Have you ever wondered about the power you get from being the "voice" of a
client's social networking?
> Todays Comic
BTW - this also directly addresses my concerns about the thread from last
week (on PRMindshare) about companies allowing their employees to become the
Social Networking "voices" of the companies. I have always thought it was a
bad idea, and marvel at all the PR folks who ought to know better, but don't
I think it's a really, really bad idea - especially after having gotten to
know some execs at IBM who would like nothing better than to drive a rusty
dagger into the very heart of Big Blue (or thinking about my own time with
various dysfunctional companies, from Republic Health to Fleishman-Hillard).
I'm just saying (and so is Dilbert) .
Ned Barnett, APR
Marketing & PR Fellow, American Hospital Association
Barnett Marketing Communications
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