The Who’s Who of PR Blogging – some eminently exceptional reads…

In my second report I have researched the practice of corporate blogging. Brand journalism and storytelling are two of the foundation stones of modern PR (some might say they have always been…) and clearly there is a wealth of experience here in the region!

My personal favourites are from Edelman Middle East and Cicero & Bernay.

The blog of Edelman in the Middle East

The Blog of Cicero & Bernay in the Middle East

Again if I’ve missed anyone out, please feel free to add in the comments section below!

Apco –

ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller –

Burson-Marsteller (Global) –

Cicero & Bernay –

Dabo & Co –

Edelman (global) –

Edelman (Middle East) –

Fifth Ring –

Grayling –

H+K Strategies –


Porter Novelli –

MCS Action –

O2 Marketing & Comms –

Reputation Inc –

Spot On –

Weber Shandwick –

There is also Mita Srinivasan‘s blog

And when you have read so much PR knowledge you can no-longer take any more, you can also check out as an example of a general interest blog run quite nicely by one of the Middle East’s most prominent PR chieftains. (And if you like that you can also purchase the author’s book –

Happy reading!


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2 Responses to The Who’s Who of PR Blogging – some eminently exceptional reads…

  1. Pingback: The PR Who’s Who of Twitter | A Journey Through PR Standards & Ethics

  2. alexofarabia says:

    It’d be good to know who in the region’s corporate world is using blogs. GE uses a blog to get its regional message out (you can read it here at but there’s not too many others, especially from locally-owned firms. Any thoughts Stephen?

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