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About Steve Goldstein

Steve Goldstein is editorial director of events for Access Intelligence’s PR News brand, which encompasses premium, how-to content, data and competitive intelligence for public relations professionals; PR News Online; PR News conferences, webinars and awards programs; and PR News guidebooks. Previously at AI Steve was editorial director of min, min ’s b2b and minonline as well as managing editor of CableFAX: The Magazine and CableWorld. Before joining Access Intelligence, he was executive editor of World Screen News, and editor of Film/Tape World, which covered film, television and commercial production in the San Francisco Bay Area.

#PowerOfPR: 4 Ways to Know You’re Measuring the Right PR Activities

PR pros are in business to advance the cause of their organizations. Their research, measurement and evaluation must meet the needs of the organization and decision-making.

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4 Reasons Why E!’s ‘Royals’ Video Went Viral

PR News analyzed a recent video that passes the viral test, which we determined today to mean any video that got more than a million views on YouTube in fewer than four days. Just our luck: E’s “Crazy Buckingham Palace naked man video!!!” fits the bill.

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Leaked Beyoncé Photos Put Beauty Brands in Harsh Glare

After a recent leak of unaltered photos of Beyoncé at a photoshoot for L’Oréal, beauty brands should brace themselves for similar leaks that will demand public statements as well as more careful examination of the messages they are sending to women.

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Remembering David Carr: 3 Great Columns

For anyone who followed trends in digital media professionally—journalists, PR pros and marketers alike—the death of David Carr is a huge loss.

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Coming Soon to Google Search—Your Tweets

In a few months, non-Twitter users are going to be seeing plenty of tweets through their interactions with Google search.

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Are You a Great Boss? See Which Tips From PR Pros You Follow

We asked PR News’ social media followers to share what they deem to be the defining characteristics of great bosses.

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#GoDaddyPuppy Wins Super Bowl Ad Awareness War Four Days Before Kickoff

If GoDaddy had considered the clout, passions and research acumen of animal rights advocates it probably would have scratched its lost-puppy Super Bowl ad when it was first proposed. But in the battle for media attention in Super Bowl week, GoDaddy put points on the scoreboard.

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6 Guidelines for Sharing Tough News Internally

The task of writing internal memos about layoffs or “restructuring” and similar crises that threaten livelihoods usually falls to PR and HR professionals. It’s a painful, difficult task, but it’s part of what they signed up to do.

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7 Reasons Tumblr Matters to PR Pros and Marketers

Tumblr currently hosts 220 million blogs, and as long as Marissa Mayer is at the helm of Yahoo, it’s safe to assume that the parent company will tend to the growth of the blog network.

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Want to Build Your Social Media Presence? Ignore Some of Those ‘Best Practices’

As keynote speaker at PR News’ Feb. 11 Google Conference, Sean Gardner will share practical tips on how he builds his social presence and discuss why focusing on yourself and your own message can be self-defeating.

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