My BlogRoll

3 Sep

Deeper Chat on PR Musings is a blog written by a Public Relations specialist with a background in psychology. The writer focuses on how the two fields are intertwined. This blog will provide insight as to why people are using social media in the way they do today.

The Digital Open Concept blog is written by Jonathan Chriboga. He is a marketing specialist who also loves writing about technology. His blog is dedicated to focusing on the creative side of the marketing world—which is relevant to social TV.

I am a Bridge (Hugues Rey Blog)  is a blog based on Hugues’ “professional environment and digital hobbies”. According to his biography, he has nearly 20 years of Media and Digital Strategy experience–and that speaks for itself! I can look to his posts for facts, ideas, and references.

Graham’s Crackers, narrated by “Graham”, is witty and observational. Some of his freelance work has been featured in the Huffington Post. His blog is a good example of obtaining voice while still making the posts interesting to a vast audience.

John Langhan’s Blog is funny and relevant. He is a “Marketeer, Email Guru, and Social Media Maven”. He writes a lot about how social media and marketing are tied together. His perspective and knowledge will be useful.

Mashable is a site that combines many aspects of social media, technology, entertainment, and other subjects.

Max on Everything is a blog by Max—a “journalists who has crossed the aisle into PR and Advertising work”. Since he’s a journalist, I can identify and relate to his style.

Rich Mbariket is a Digital Consultant who works in Las Vegas. “Modern communication networks and “writing about the best social media and digital content ideas” worldwide are among his list of passions. His blog is central to my blog’s theme, and he’s definitely an expert.  I can learn something from Mr. Mbarike.

Millennial Me is written by a “90’s child” who loves to write about the media and how digital technology has changed everything. He’s also a HUGE fan of social media platforms.

ReadWrite is a blog focused on technology news. Tech Crunch, also about the latest in technology advances, combines news stories that will be relevant to my ideas.

The TV Evolution is basically a blog about they ways TV industry has changed and is still changing. All though this blog doesn’t have a social media focus, several of the latest posts discuss how TV and social media being intertwined.

Todd Bacile’s Marketing Blog is a social media marketing and mobile marketing resource guide. It can be used to gain knowledge on the marketing behind it all, which is necessary to understand for my blog.

Zeebox TV is actually an app for smart phones or tablets. It’s a “TV sidekick” that aims to “reinvent the way we watch television”. This feature is hits right on my topic. The more I know about the newest trends in social TV, the better.

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3 Responses to “My BlogRoll”

  1. Graham Milne September 3, 2013 at 4:46 pm #

    Hi Rachel! Thanks for the write up and for linking to me! You’ve placed me in some esteemed company, hope I continue to measure up! Looking forward to reading you.

    (One minor correction, I don’t actually work for Huffington Post, I just contribute to them freelance. But I appreciate the mention!)

    • rachelwvu September 4, 2013 at 1:45 pm #

      Thanks! I’ll make that correction now. Sorry about that!

  2. aaaaaargh September 9, 2013 at 3:42 pm #

    The sources you use are good, and a useful mix of news, institutional, and personal blogs, but you fall short of the course requirements: Only nine blogs are linked (10 were required), and two of these are ReadWrite and Mashable, which were required for everyone and do not count toward your total (so there’s only seven valid sources here).

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