This week we received lots of comments, and we just want to say thank you again for the wonderful comments. Keep them coming.
We want to especially thank Jody Koehler for sending out a tweet telling everyone to listen to Inside PR. We truly appreciate the support.
And we received a question from Kristina Dempsy who works for Sara Brady Public Relations in Florida. Christina wanted to know the background of the Inside PR podcast. So we take a walk down memory lane and share the story of Inside PR.
Joe, Gini and Martin then go on to talk about the new social network, Google+ Project.
Joe is excited about Google+. He has started to distance himself from Facebook, because he feels Facebook has become a platform he cannot trust. However, Joe worries that as we explore Google Plus we will all be blind men in a cave discovering fire for the first time.
With Google+ Circles, +Hangouts, +Huddles, +Mobile, +1, Gini, although she doesn’t say this often, is just overwhelmed.
Martin compares Google+ to Wave, complexity was the problem with Wave, and Wave eventually died out.
We will be following Google+ very closely to see if it catches on or not. If you have started using Google+ and have a comment, send it to us.
Stay tuned to next week when we talk about some summer PR reading suggestions.
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This week’s episode was produced by Kristine Simpson.
Post written by Kristine Simpson.