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May I Have Your Attention Please

I would like to take this moment to make an ambiguous announcement of sorts.

While I’m currently in the throes of spreading the word about my new book with Deirdre Breakenridge, “Putting the Public Back in Public Relations,” I’ve also launched into the development of my next book. I’ll let you know more very soon…

In order to provide you with the most relevant and timely insight and perspective on the social economy, I’ve asked some good friends to stop by to share their views with you here. I’m excited to read what they publish on PR 2.0 and I hope you enjoy the series. It starts next week.

I will continue to post, perhaps less frequently. The book writing cycle is very short and is on the fast track to market.

For those businesses who are looking for help, I’m still available to you here.

In the meantime, please consider picking up a copy of The Public. It’s a long time in the making and promises to help you learn and lead. Deirdre and I invested so much of our time, experience, and vision in creating a special book that will offer value for years to come.

Oh, join us over at…

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14 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “May I Have Your Attention Please”

  1. Great looking new site design. I appreciate the work your doing in the “social economy” and I'm looking forward to your next book.

    It's been good connecting with you and Deirdre on Twitter. Deirdre will be a guest on an upcoming segment of my program the Social Media Professor. If you're ever available for 1/2 hour, it'd be great to interview you, too.

  2. Brian, best of luck with the new book. I've done it 7x so far (latest is Grassroots Marketing for Authors and Publishers), with 8th to follow from Wiley next year. It never gets old 🙂 .

  3. Paul Seaman says:

    Your book is timely. I've been grappling with the same issues. Jeff Jarvis thinks PR is set to go out of business. Richard Edelman has begged to disagree. It all hinges on what is really going on with social media and how we engage. Here's my take and I'd be interested to know what you think of it:

  4. Monstre says:

    Gr8 site man .. how long is this site owned by you ? and is this a individual work or a group ?

  5. Name says:

    Can't wait for your next book Brian. “Putting the Public Back in Public Relations” was outstanding.

  6. martinedorval says:

    Your next book will certainly worth the sacrifice of reading you less often…for a short while only, I hope. Putting the Public Back in Public Relations is only one of a collection. Have a good time.

  7. martinedorval says:

    You have been so generous to share all these reflexions and observations. We'll miss you for a while but I suppose it will worth the sacrifice when we will read your next book. Enjoy this prolific period of your life ! We'll be there when you come back !

  8. jratkins says:

    I have been following you on Twitter and decided to check you out this morning. Looking into Social Media Club and your writtings. I hope to connect by phone soon.

  9. jratkins says:

    I have been following you on Twitter and decided to check you out this morning. Looking into Social Media Club and your writtings. I hope to connect by phone soon.

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