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Tag Archives: Wikipedia
In the summer I had been inspired to try and see how the ‘ethical’ editing and engagement with Wikipedia worked. I followed the guidelines developed by the CIPR and the PRSA. I found the MEPRA entry and I made some … Continue reading
Firstly I would like to thank the Chartered Institute of Public Relations for accepting and posing my question to Wikipedia on their recent June 20th webcast – see below for the embedded video. It is very clear that this is … Continue reading
At 5pm GMT (UAE 8pm), Wednesday 20 June the Chartered Institute of Public Relations will discuss the well documented (and sometimes volatile) relationship between the public relations profession and the Wikipedia community. This follows a global study led by the … Continue reading
OK, so if you have read my earlier post you will know that I have been attempting to ethically update and correct the information on the MEPRA Wiki page. I have posted in the ‘Talk’ section and have patiently waited … Continue reading
Perhaps the number 1 pet peeve of any journalist is being spammed with irrelevant information / press releases. Number 2, and closely behind, is being called and pitched to by junior PRs who don’t know them, don’t know their client … Continue reading