Ding, ding. Round two. So here we go again. The second generation #PRstack hits the virtual (and actual) shelves of public relations land today.
by David Sawyer
Thirty PR practitioners writing case studies about how they use online tools to do their job better and faster.
I’ve read a few and can’t wait to pore over the rest.
If anything, the quality’s even higher.
Last time round it was a case of “Oooh, I’d not heard of that one. Let’s give it a go.”
In MKII it’s more “Oooh, I was au fait with x and y but never thought of using them together to do z.”
You should download for free and read it.
#PRStack’s been good to me. Here’s how I got involved.
But the biggest benefit for me is being part of a community.
A group of like-minded digital PRs keen to collaborate, share their expertise, and learn.
Sure, there’s an element of enlightened self interest. There’s no such thing as a selfless act, right?
But really it’s the fun and excitement of gleaning new stuff, and getting to know interesting people.
People like Dan Slee, who’s introduced me to his comms2point0 community.
And (through his excellent weekly newsletters) given me a window back in to the public sector comms world I worked with for so many years.
Powerful things; communities.