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    February 21, 2011

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    Judy Gombita

    Interestingly, I reference the Pew Internet Research study in one of my contributions to Craig Pearce's upcoming ebook, as it was somewhat useful, but I took a lot more cues from the Edelman Trust Barometer 2011 results. Why? Because the Trust Barometer covers trust (i.e., reputation management), which is definitely part of the public relations remit, whereas I think the Pew Internet study is more related to marketing.

    I think the results of the Edelman Trust Barometer make a HUGE case for the importance (and relevance) of corporate blogs. Wholly owned real estate space (unlike Facebook).

    Craig makes mention of my submission in this new blog post. The (free) ebook proper should be available in a couple of weeks.

    http://craigpearce.info/public-relations/pr-insights-from-imminent-thought-leadership-report/

    If it wasn't for blogging, I wouldn't have "met" you David. And how sad would that have been!

    david reich

    Thanks for adding reputation management to the mix. I agree that blogs can certainly play a role.

    And I am thankful that blogging has enabled me to meet so many smart and nice folks like you.

    john rao

    That's an impressive article. Thanks for this post.

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