“This particular Blog is a listed blog of all comments that have been made by me on other people’s blogs.”
1.Comment Number One:
  • Blog Title: T.O.W. Week Two -Grammar Girl, by Jemolitor.
  • Date commented: January 28, 2010
  • Comment: I enjoyed reading your blog. You were very direct and to the point. I agree totally on struggling with the grammar usage of “neither”, “nor”, and “or”. Sometimes while using words that are so alike, we tend to forget the meaning and how to use them correctly. Also, learning this now will help anyone in the future especially if we want to learn another language, Thanks for your blog on Grammar Girl.
2. Comment Number Two:
  • Blog Title: Now I get it, by Crawlins.
  • Date commented: January 28, 2010
  • Hyperlink to Blog Two
  • Comment: I hear exactly where your coming from. It is sad to say but our generation is depending more on technology to do things for us than ourselves. That is exactly why we are not maintaining this economy, and that is why parents have such a hard time in making sure that we are doing as we are supposed to. I look forward to reading more of your blogs, it was enjoyable to read.

3. Comment Number Three:

  • Hyperlink to Blog Three
  • Blog Title: News Report on Media Usage By weissbluthmethod
  • Date: February 8, 2010
  • Comment: Thank you for writing this blog. As a whole, we need to understand the effects of media and how it actually controls each and every part of our lives. Little do we know, it is slowly breaking the family relationships because of children and parents not being able to communicate without the forms of media. I love media when it comes to making a difference and helping others but if it’s separating us from who we are as a whole. I want to put a stop to it. Great BLOG! I look forward to reading more of your work.

4. Comment Number Four:

  • Blog Title: Social Media Strategy by Brian Liedtke
  • Hyperlink to Blog Four
  • Date: February 8, 2010
  • Comment: Reading your blog has given me a sense of inspiration to get more involved in social media. I love the section on ” Why should I care”. You gave a great quote that many of us don’t seem to realize about social media. It is sad to say but we as a whole allow a lot of things but then we complain when certain issues get out of hand. WE control it so why not take control of it in the right manner. Once again, wonderful social media strategy plan.

5. Comment Number Five

  • Blog Title: Research before writing a PR Plan by Wanyakagituku
  • Hyperlink to Blog Five
  • Date: February 8, 2010
  • Comment: Hi, I understand exactly what you mean when you say “Research before writing”. It is so common of us to just write and not put time and effort into researching before publishing. If we research before PR-ing, there would be greater effects with our work. Thanks for writing this blog, it puts things into perspective.

6. Comment Number Six

  • Blog Title: Publishing: A Campaign Commitment by Liane Sebastian
  • Hyperlink to Blog Six
  • Date: February 13, 2010
  • Comment: Thanks for sharing this great way to strategically prioritize a campaign commitment, especially when it comes down to advertising in such a high volume life. I loved the lists of techniques you have given. It was clear, direct and understandable. It is so hard to separate and maintaining a stable yet persist life in campaigning.. Thanks again.

7. Comment Number Seven

  • Blog Title: Social Reality or Social Construction? by Nicole
  • Hyperlink to Blog Seven
  • Date: February 13, 2010
  • Comment: I would love to read this book. It gives a great realistic view to what Internet, and yet the media is relating our society as. I want to point out what you said on the Internet: ” The Internet provides each individual with a medium where they can call into question certain taken for granted assumptions about the society in which they live.” It is sad but true. We allow the things of the Internet to dictate and reason what reality really is. Loved the blog. I look forward to reading more of your work.

8. Comment Number Eight

  • Blog Title: Public Relations Network buddy system: Gaining insights from PR agencies around the world! by Dennis Rutzou
  • Date: February 22, 2010
  • Blog Comment: This is a great guide for all PR representatives. I would have never thought of creating a buddy system such as yours. It is a great way to keep businesses running and also it is a great way for PR representatives to stay on top of things. Good strategy and nice blog.

9. Comment Number 9

  • Blog Title: How to block Farmville from Facebook once and for all by Pondstone Communications
  • Date: February 23, 2010
  • Comment: Finally, a way to strategically get rid of Farmville. Thank you for posting this blog because I frankly love Facebook but not with Farmville, and I agree it is not a game for everyone. I am easily confused and frustrated when it comes to Farmville but it was a great idea for Facebook since majority of its members are using it.

10. Comment Number 10

  • Blog Title: Social Media Resources by Lance Kissler (lkissler)
  • Date: February 23, 2010
  • Comment: Great sources to social media. Some that you have provided, I was not previously aware of. Thanks for posting such an informative blog.

11.Comment Number 11

  • Blog Title: How to Identify a Popular Blog, my quick and easy tips by Dead Dinosaur
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 21,2010
  • Comment: I really enjoyed reading your input on identifying a popular blog. What seized to amaze me is knowing how to locate and figure out what is a great source from a blog or even reading and knowing that this person whom writes the blog is a great reading source. Also, I never knew Google Toolbar Page Rank even existed for site ratings.Even with Technorati, as another great blog identifier, I will now make use of all search engines. Thanks for your insight!

12. Comment Number 12

  • Blog Title: How to Use Your Computer in Presentations by Stever Robbins
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 22, 2010
  • Comment: Thank you for your five sufficient points on how to use your computers during a presentation. Many people do not realize how vital it is to extremely prepare your computer for the worse. I have had many occurrences where I’ve done group presentations and videos were never uploaded completely. It begins to throw viewers off and you lose extra points from your overall presentation. As you mentioned Carbonite as a backup for a PC or Mac, I never knew that there was a free trial that included backing up a complete computer. Again, great advice and I look forward to listening and reading more from Get-It-Done Guy.

13.Comment Number 13

  • Blog Title: One college student’s view of PR by Linda VandeVrede
  • Date: April 22,2010
  • Comment: I enjoyed reading this blog because I was able to understand the viewpoint of a college student that is majoring in Public Relations. I here the common love-hate relationships between Public Relations people and Journalist and how one can discredit the other. I loved how you distinguished the difference between journalist and public relations people, because PR & Journalism are both hard jobs but one has to hassle while the other is less of a hassle. One of your responses may offend someone due to question six.. for people over 3o what should they understand about college students. Yes, things are getting way over the high tech mode but at the same time, people over 30 are the ones inventing and catering to college students. Do not be surprised by the age because they understand a lot more than we may think. Maybe they just know when to get involved or when not to get involved with the social networking that we have in today’s society. But regardless this is a good blog.

14. Comment Number 14

  • Blog Title: 8 Ways to Manage Up for Social Media Success by Amber Naslund
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 22, 2010
  • Comment: I love #6: In using their language and not yours goes a long way. In social media we have to learn that being respectable and aware of how we talk to management goes a long way. Not only do we need to understand what they want to hear and how they should here it but we need to understand that they are management for a reason. In order to get anywhere we have to realize where to start, and that is definitely by speaking their language. What a great blog on ways to manage social media success. I look forward in reading more in the future.

15. Comment Number 15

  • Blog Title: Top 5 Social Media No-No’s To Get Away From by Mikes
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 22,2010
  • Comment: Whether we know it or not we have all been apart of the social media no-no’s. I like three points from your blog. The first point I like is concerning “link vomiting” which was a great way of wording how links can look cluttered yet gross when that’s all you see in blogs, and/or twitter. The second point is concerning the over promoting issue. Sometimes as a whole, we tend to over promote people, products and companies even when we do not promote them ourselves. It’s like adapting to a trend that we honestly do not enjoy. The last point is “Talking AT instead of talking with”, which is a great way of putting it. Relationships are key and in order for someone to notice us, we have to first engage in a conversation with them. They are not “links” where you can copy and paste for everyone to believe that you know who they are lol. Great blog!

16. Comment number Sixteen

  • Blog Title: What silly words say about the people who use them by Olivier Blanchard
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 22, 2010
  • Comment: I completely agree on the fact that social & mobile media “should not” be referred to as “emerging” media. In communications media is like a circulating virus. Once someone picks it up, things just keeps going around and around. Social media and mobile media have continued to evolve into a “media” trend so to say. My question is, How is social and mobile media truly being defined as? If experts are saying this, than what else have they been corrupting our minds with. Thanks for the insight, its put a damper on “people who say silly words.”

17. Comment Number 17

  • Blog Title: The 8 Habits of Highly Effective Bloggers by Annabel Candy
  • Date: April 22, 2010
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Comment: All eight habits to your blog are great! One habit that a effective blogger should adapt is to “comment” on other people’s blog. Commenting shows that you enjoy reading other people’s blog and it also shows that you care for there opinion. It will help gain an audience that will encourage you to blog daily. This leads to a successful blog that attracts more viewers than imagined and benefits you in your writing skills. Thanks again, this blog is so helpful.

18. Comment Number 18

  • Blog Title: Perfection is Overrated by Matt Madeiro
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 22, 2010
  • Comment: I am not sure how I can form the words to say how you can get over trying to be perfect in writing. Of course, we are not perfect and life is not perfect as you mentioned before in the blog but I do know that if we can not be perfect than why stress ourselves to make our writing perfect. Yes, we should strive for the best and not allow errors happen in the writing world. I don’t believe how over compensating yourself can help you achieve “perfect” writing. But isn’t writing suppose to be creative? So, why are we (as a blogger, writer, Public relation person) trying to make writing perfect when it is perfect in its own unique way.

19. Comment Number 19

  • Blog Title: What Is It Like to Meet Your Sponsored Child for the First Time? by Web Team
  • Date :April 22, 2010
  • Comment:What a beautiful, life touching story this video consumes. Many people do not realize how children are a blessing. Showing this video has given hope, closure and peace to all who wonder what it is like to see someone who cares about you regardless of what measure has to be taken. Sponsoring a child is so much more rewarding than one can imagine. This is an opportunity to give and to touch a child’s life forever. I love it! Keep on giving Compassionate people.

20. Comment Number 20

  • Blog title: Options for Content Writing by IonLeap
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date:April 22, 2010
  • Comment: Thanks for the great options to content writing. I have never realized how serious content can be mistaken or overlooked. Content is a big part of our everyday life whether its writing or searching the web. Utilizing these options such as great content for Google for search engines can not only benefit us but make it easier for technology and ourselves. Keys words and specific tags for blogs will definitely make content easier to find. Thank you IonLeap for your advice.

21. Comment Number 21

  • Blog Title: How often is “bimonthly”? by Simon Kewin
  • Date: April 28, 2010
  • Comment: I completely agree on the fact of how the English language can be so slippery and misused. When using the English language, sometimes it can become very tricky depending on the origins. Dutch including other languages has contributed to the English slang but that does not mean its a bad thing. Bimonthly can be used as an adjective, adverb and noun so that may confuse people into using it in the wrong manner. I say in order to be safe when using words that you are not too sure about, Just don’t use them at all unless you do a little background check. Great blog! I look forward to reading more of your blog posts.

22. Comment Number 22

  • Blog Title: The One Thing You Need To Know For Public Speaking Success by Mitch Joel
  • Date: April 28, 2010
  • Comment: Great blog! I completely agree with every aspect that you have presented in this blog. One thing I have noticed when it comes for me to do public speaking is that I tend to let my nerves get the best of me. Which makes me completely forget what my purpose was in presenting this topic. Like you said, “When preparing for public speaking, we tend to forget how important “content” makes a difference. As much as we like to prepare for things, “knowing your content” captures your audience in thinking “Wow” this person knows what they are talking about maybe I should listen. Again great post and I will utilize this blog for future presentations.

23. Comment Number 23

  • Blog Title: Are You a Shadow or a Beacon? by Danny Brown
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 28, 2010
  • Comment: To follow or not to follow, that is the question? This is a common trend for everyone whether you are an adult or a child. We as a whole mix up the difference between following a trend to succeed and doing what’s best for us in order to succeed. Twitter, Facebook, and Myspace are stepping stones but we do not have to use those things in order to socialize and network. It is free and its a plus but its easier to create and do what you think is best. I loved reading your blog, thank you for the insight.

24. Comment Number 24

  • Blog Title: Facebook Staffed Up D.C. Public Affairs Office Well Before Recent Senate Privacy Concerns by Joe Ciarallo
  • Hyperlink to Blog
  • Date: April 28, 2010
  • Comment: I appreciate you for writing this blog. I heard about “Facebook” and its privacy issues but I never knew why and how it is happening. From my point of view, I believe that no social networking site is a secure as one may think it is. This sort of goes along with Twitter and Myspace. Facebook is not only using this as a social strategy but also as a marketing one as well, through its members. So, in order to utilize it through its consumers they will try and create a loop hole to change its privacy. As a consumer, I can surely say that nothing is promised to you as being “private” or as being “secure”. Again, thank you for writing this blog. I look forward in reading more of your posts.

25. Comment Number 25

  • Blog Title: Be here and now in the here and now by Kelly Decker
  • Date: April 28, 2010
  • Comment:  My generation really needs to read and hear about this blog. Not only has this become apart of people’s lives but it has effected us in so many ways. Our relationships with friends and family (as you said before) has completely changed us and made us distant from them. I feel that my generation can not focus in classroom settings and even in church without pulling out there cell phones and begin texting. It has become a greater trend to try and “multi-task” when there is really no such thing. When we sit down and think about multitasking, you can not do more than one thing at a time because you have to pause one task to do another. So, to be completely honest, we should go back to “Be here and now in the here and now” instead of trying to be everywhere at once. It’s a lot less havoc that way. Thank you for writing this blog, loved it!

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