Most Useful PR Blog Posts of 2013

December 27, 2013

Jessica Sharp

7 blog posts we referenced again and again in 2013.

Most obvious statement of 2013: The Internet has a lot of useful resources. It also has a lot of crap. In fact there’s so much crap, that when I come across a truly useful resource, I don’t want to click away from it, for fear that I may never find it again.

This year I got smart and saved links I found useful as favorites in my Twitter feed. Below are a few that I found myself going to back to again and again this year, and I thought I’d share them as you might find them useful as well.

This year I found myself frequently going to Social Media Examiner (www.socialmediaexaminer.com). Despite the site’s weird cartoon graphics, the content is typically extremely relevant and insightful and I usually learn something from most posts. They’ve also got a good LinkedIn group.

Here are a two of their most useful posts from this year:

Ragan’s PR Daily is also a go to for folks at the firm. Slightly fluffier than SM Examiner, there are still a few good nuggets here and there. Here are two:

And below you can find three other links to resources I hit up several times this year. As it goes with social media, they’re only relevant for so long, so take it all in quickly, before it all changes again!

Happy New Year!