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Testimonial from Miriam's Kitchen
We’re proud to share the testimonial that Jenn Roccanti, Assistant Director of Development at Miriam’s Kitchenwrote for us after Abraham Harrison helped them promote their participation in Give to the Max Day: Greater Washington on November 9th.
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Consulting Services
The following menu may look expansive, but it isn't. We're a new media marketing and new media PR firm -- with well over a decade of experience in web strategy and emergent technology.
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Online Publicity Services
Traditionally, a publicist is a person whose job is to generate and manage publicity for a public figure, especially a celebrity, or for a work such as a book or movie. Publicists usually work at large companies handling multiple clients.
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Online Reputation Management and Crisis Response
You can’t control online conversation unless you participate. You’ll never be able to control what's being said about you online like you can with Main Stream Media (the press, TV, magazine, etc). Don’t even try.
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Training Services
Part of what we do at Abraham PR is teach. We can do and teach. Really. From teaching blogging courses at the Writer's Center to on-site academic lectures, one of our primary goals is mindshare.
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People are Already Talking About You
The Internet is neither a place nor a destination. One cannot broadcast to the Internet and there is very little correlation between throwing money at online advertising and building brand equity online.
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Advice on Starting and Growing an SNS
The main reason why SNS’s are so appealing is not because people are exhibitionists but because people crave connection and community. Too many folks who are jumping onto the Social Network Services bandwagon lost site of what an SNS actually is, including the real motivations for joining them as a registered member.
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Social Network Profiles are Not Fancy Personal Home Pages
Creating a space for your members to “show off” or “express themselves” is less important than giving members to interact. They crave connection and will pursue any perceived connection such as shared interests, hometowns, movies, orientation, or schools.
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The Blogroll
A blogroll is a collection of links to other blogs. Blogrolls are found on most blogs. Blogrolling is the original and most-respected service, although any link list is commonly referred to as a “blogroll”.
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