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A satire of life in a shopping mall
A satire of life in a shopping mall
Humorous stories about growing up Jewish in Winnipeg's south end
Humorous stories about growing up Jewish in Winnipeg’s south end

GUEST POSTS & WRITING

What Comedians Can Teach Us About Visual Storytelling
Laugh at yourself, avoid overproduction and know when to get off the stage

Time to Clean Up Content Pollution
Taking a page from the environmental movement and learning to conserve content

The Zen of Content Marketing
A guide to finding your Inner Ps

Crisis Simulations: The Next Best Thing to Being There
You don’t train for a marathon by simply talking. Here are six tips on how to practice for a crisis.

No Gamble with Content at SXSWV2V
Highlights from SXSW’s younger, brasher sister conference

From Optimist to Optimize: The Future of PR?
In new PR, just being optimistic that you’ll get coverage is far from enough.

Social Media, Boomers and Rock and Roll
Do boomers view social media the way their parents viewed rock music?

5 Takeaways from SXSW
A year of human spam, power gestures, comic crowdourcing and more.

How to Master ‘New PR’ to Win More Business
We call it many things – publicity, media relations and earned media – but new PR needs to do more.

Communications Perspectives from Classic Board Games
Your turn? My turn? Social lessons that go beyond spinning the dice.

Thirteen Crowdsourced Digital Media and PR Lessons from 2013
The rest of the lessons list, thanks to the generous community at Spin Sucks.

Six Digital Media and PR Lessons I Learned in 2013
The year isn’t over, so there’ll probably be some more.

Lather. Rinse. Repeat. Why Social Amplification Reminds Me of the Replay Web
Why some stories shared on social media continue to find new audiences and spread.

What the PR Industry Can Expect in the Next 10 Years
A look at some of the changes and where the industry may be heading

PR: Moving the Profession from Talkers to Makers
What skills do we need to learn in order to turn the industry into creative visual storytellers?

Publicity Confessions: Things I Learned from Trash TV
You never know where you’ll pick up a few ideas on strategic communications and amplifying your story.

Publicity: Confessions of a Publicist
It’s time to retire the term, media relations. Why being a publicist has more relevance now than ever.

Influence Scoring: All Klout(ed) Up and Nowhere to Go
Observations from a Klout experiment and thoughts on influence and why we’re missing a key point.
by Martin Waxman

My Klout Score: It Loves Me, It Loves Me Not
Is online popularity mistaken for influence?
by Martin Waxman

Community Management is the New PR
Exploring a new model for strategic public relations.
by Martin Waxman

What’s the Future of PR?
A candid look at the profession and whether or not it can adapt to the new social media landscape.
by Martin Waxman

Mad Men: Ad Agency of the Future
What the team at Sterling Cooper can tell us about the agency world today
by Martin Waxman

Social Media Content and Halloween Candy – Don’t Gorge on Either
Why the abundance of Halloween candy is a lot like the abundance of material we face in content marketing.
By Martin Waxman

Out of the Frying Pan…Into a Communications Pressure Cooker
A preview of my Social Media Barometer presentation, which examines recent trends and pressure points in the social and digital communications space.
by Martin Waxman

Gaining a Formal Social Media Education in a DIY World
Taking a more formalized approach to learn how to work in social media.
By Martin Waxman

Do You Dive, Jump, Wade or Splash into Social Media?
Four personality types and their approach to social networks.
By Martin Waxman

Boxing Day – No Rest for the Social
Being all shopped out after the holidays can offer some helpful social media lessons.
By Martin Waxman

My Wake Up Call
How social and digital media has reenergized at least one PR professional.
By Martin Waxman

Addicted to Social Media
My name is Martin Waxman and yes, I am a social media addict.
By Martin Waxman

One On One With Martin Waxman 
Here is the second in my One on One series, during this interview I had a chance to chat with Martin Waxman.
By Dave Forde

Passport to World Citizenry
Social media is blurring national borders and exerting pressure on the scope of communications mandates. Martin Waxman considers how PR practitioners should respond.
By Martin Waxman

IPRA – Passport to World Citizenry
Social media is blurring national borders and exerting pressure on the scope of communications mandates.
By Martin Waxman

CPRS article – What’s in a Name
The story of an agency re-branding.
By Martin Waxman

Martin Waxman in PR Canada
By Roxanne Cramer

CPRS – On the Road to Accreditation
By Martin Waxman

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