Relentless Thanks For July

1 08 2008

Our relentless thanks for July go to:

Todd Andrlik, Gavin Heaton, Gerry Riskin, Tom Kane, Becky Carroll, Karen Miller Russell, Doug Simon, Martin Lynch, Leanne Heller, Jonathan Yarmis, Ampatzis Panagiotis, Joseph Wilburn, John Koetsier, Ruth Seeley, Luke, Katie Paine, David Alston, David Maister, Laurie Wilhelm, Rodger Johnson, Geoff Livingston, David Mullen, Chris Brogan, Jose Teixiera, Jeff Davis, Scott Baradell, Sherrilynne Starkie, Lara Kretler, Lynn Crymble, Heather Yaxley, Tyler Hurst, Kristen Smith, Terry Morawski, Phil Gomes, Robert French, Josh Morgan, Barbara B. Nixon, Todd Defren, Paul Ritchie, Timothy Parcell, Boyd Neil, Claire Celsi, and Ed Lee.

A blog is only as strong as the conversation it inspires. Thank you for your support! On to August!


Relentless Thanks For June!

30 06 2008

At the beginning of each month, we thank all those who contributed to the previous month’s conversation in one form or another by expressing our gratitude with recognition and links to your blogs. With a late May start, this was our first full month of posting. The blogging team is growing and thanks to you, so is our readership.

On behalf of all of us at relentlessPR, we express our relentless thanks to:

Todd Andrlik, Gavin Heaton, Drew McClellan, Darryl Ohrt, Kami Huyse, Martin Lynch, Kevin O’Keefe, Kim Banks, Dana Harville, Nicole Berard, Paul Ritchie, David Mullen, Chris Brogan, Scott Baradell, Sherrilynne Starkie, Lara Kretler, Susan Iskiwitch, Angie Chaplin, Walter Stevenson, Tyler Hurst, Kristen Smith, Terry Morawski, Phil Gomes, Robert French, Ruth Seeley, Sharon Bond, Josh Morgan, Barbara B. Nixon, Todd Defren, and Joyce Lofstrom.

June Contributions And Comments

29 06 2008
It was a very active month here at relentlessPR.  We’re continually adding new members to the blogging team who will relentlessly offer their insights on a broad range of communication issues.  Thanks for all you do to inspire our writing and offer comments that truly make for lively conversation.   

That said, as many of you know, our first post following a month of conversation is dedicated to thanking all those who in some way contributed to the prior month’s positive dialogue. (Here’s what it looked like last month.) If you’d like to comment on any of our conversations from June, we’d love your insights, and of course you’ll be thanked for your generous contribution with a link to your blog.  The end of the month is coming quickly.  We look forward to your comments!

How About A Wordle…

27 06 2008

Last week I was asked to be a guest blogger at ToddAnd, and it was a terrific experience. Darryl Ohrt, who writes Brand Flakes For Breakfast, summed up the week’s guest posts by creating a tag cloud using Wordle. It’s a wonderful tool that allows you to create real artwork from words. Wordle offers great flexibility in use of font, color, and layout. The tag cloud you see above was made from my post from a few weeks ago on key messages.

So if you’re relentlessly creative and want to create a picture FROM a thousand words, give Wordle a try.

Relentless Thanks!

1 06 2008

Each month, to express our gratitude for your generous contributions to our conversation, we’ll recognize each of you, encourage you to keep coming back, and ask that you invite your friends and colleagues to join us at relentlessPR. We extend our relentless thanks to all of you who contributed in some way to our conversation since our official start on May 19th:

Jim Anderson, Larry Bodine, Tom Kane, More Partner Income, Rjon Robins, Jenny Love, Michelle Golden, Kevin O’Keefe, Jim Calloway, Dr. Alan Freitag, Leo Bottary, Stacia, Boyd Neil, Eric Eggertson, Marc Rapp, Liza Jones, Dan Hull, Todd Andrlik, Maria Palma, Martin Lynch, Ed Lee, David Mullen, Chris Brogan, Scott Baradell, Sherrilynne Starkie, Amanda Chapel, Lara Kretler, Susan Iskiwitch, Kelli Matthews, Matt Kucharski, and Kami Huyse.

On to June!

Coming Soon!

9 05 2008

Starting Monday May 19th, the PR team at Mullen will bring you relentlessPR – a new blog dedicated to sharing our point of view on public relations and illustrating the value of true full-service agency integration. It’s the difference between traditional PR and relentlessPR. Our Chief Creative Officer, Edward Boches will get us started, and once you read what he has to say, you’ll understand why. To demonstrate how serious Edward is about our integrated approach he says quite simply, “We won’t conceive an idea or a program without one person from each group in the room.”

In the meantime mark your calendar, add us to your RSS feed, and prepare to join our team of bloggers for some relentless conversation.