This week on Inside PR, Terry and David have a discussion about a recent Toronto Star article featuring a Toronto PR agency and its blog monitoring service. They welcome audio comments from Maggie Fox and Luke Armour. They also play Chris Clarke‘s comment for this week. Finally, Terry does his segment of Inside PRoper English.
01:17 Terry starts off with a little housekeeping. David and Terry talk about Michael O’Connor Clarke joining Thornley Fallis.
03:10 David talks about the redesign of Inside PR’s blog page.
04:58 David brings up the possibility of having music on the show. He and Terry have a short discussion and invite listeners to check out the blog page and vote on the poll.
06:01 Michael Seaton has launched The Client Side Podcast.
07:30 Terry talks about Richard Millington, who is searching for his replacement at work through his blog.
09:26 David talks about the latest Geek Dinner, hosted by Mitch Joel in Toronto>
0:57 Listener comments begins with Michelle Sullivan, who comments on the show where Terry and David talked about RFPs, and sends along an article about agencies charging potential clients for RFPs.
22:30 The discussion on Maggie’s comment has spilled over to David’s blog. David thought that, for the most part, Environics wasn’t making a huge effort to become a part of the conversation. He wonders if a person can be an expert on blogging without having a blog of their own.
27:11 Terry thinks that if a PR firm is to be quoted in the newspaper as an authority about blogging but isn’t seen to be fully engaged in social media, bloggers will have their say about it.
30:11 David thinks that bloggers are fairly sensitive to claims being made about their areas of expertise. He says that it truly is an extension of a person’s thoughts. David wants to point out that he changed his post to reflect the comments from Bruce McLellan from Environics.
32:36 Terry introduces and plays Chris Clarke‘s segment for the week.
35:19 Luke Armour drops in with an audio comment.
38:18 Inside PRoper English for the week: “presently”
40:35 David closes the show and invites listener comments: through email at email@example.com, on the comment line at 206-600-4741, or comment on the Inside PR show blog. Also, they welcomes listeners to the Inside PR Blubrry site.