June 15, 2007
When I started writing BMBY, just over a year ago, it was intended to be a sandbox for me to practice what I was trying to preach to my clients.
Fast forward twelve months and BMBY is an integral part of my life, from both a personal and professional standpoint. I have a great new job, exciting new career path and some great friends.
BMBY by the numbers:
- 12 months
- 3 jobs – thanks Strategic Objectives, Fleishman-Hillard and iStudio
- 269 posts
- 727 comments
- 400 (or so) subscribers
- 847 Technorati links
- 14,434th in the blogosphere (out of about 70m…nice)
- 34,391 page views
- 27,252 spam comments
- 1 speaking appearance…but open to more 🙂
- Countless new friends
I’m away for two weeks and definitely won’t be writing anything next week, but there are some draft posts saved that should pop-up intermittently throughout the week.
Finally, a huge thanks to all and sundry who take the time to read, comment, subscribe, criticise and link to the posts on this blog.
It’s been a great year, and, I hope, many more to come.
June 10, 2007
Check out this UK tech PR copywriter, “The Friendly Ghost”, for yet another list of PR/marketing blogs.
The Flak-o-sphere is definitely mimicking real life – no-one can agree what to measure, what tools to use and how to use analyse the results.
A stunning indictment, if one is needed, of the need for standardised metrics both on a national or international basis for the PR industry.
Otherwise we’ll just be running around applying ridiculous multiples like 5.8 to all our impressions numbers to “wow” the client.
June 5, 2007
Welcome readers from Ragan’s Grapevine.
Looks as if Michael Sebastien forgot to permalink to the post he was pointing you to. I believe the post you seek is here – Just a little outside.
If you want to peruse the archives, simply click here for a randomly generated post from BMBY.