Change is in the Air


It’s an exciting time. Summer is over and the smell of Fall is in the air. It’s the perfect time to announce some exciting changes.

PR Meets Marketing is Moving

For the past 3.5 years, I’ve hosted my website on WordPress.com. While there are many benefits to keeping my blog here, I’ve decided that hosting my own website provides more flexibility with regard to plugins, themes and monetization. After today, all future posts will be on my new website as PR Meets Marketing.

Clear Focus

When I first started PR Meets Marketing, my intent was to write about the intersection of PR and marketing. This includes highlighting how PR is an integral way to drive tangible results that address marketing objectives. I’ve also written extensively about social media and virtual events/meetings.

With the new website, I plan to further explore these topics and understand how each – PR, marketing, social media and virtual events – drives business results that matter.

What Now?

I’m excited with the next stage of PR Meets Marketing and the opportunities this presents. I look forward to exploring the intersection of PR and marketing for more years to come!

Thanks To All My Readers

And finally, I want to thank everyone who’s read my blog, commented and linked to my blog. Without all your kind words, I wouldn’t have had the motivation to continue writing all these years.

So are you ready to join the journey?

  • Subscribe to the new feed here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/PRMM
  • If you prefer to receive this via email, I don’t plan to move the current list and request that you resubscribe on the website.
  • If you’ve been kind enough to link to this website, please update it here: PR Meets Marketing, http://www.prmeetsmarketing.com.

I look forward to reading your comments, feedback and questions. Thanks!

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2 responses to “Change is in the Air

  1. Congrats Cece and best wishes on the move. Would love to talk to you about your move sometime. I need to do an audit of my digital assets and figure out how to centralize/maximize. Been too busy with work and making sure I publish fresh content twice a week!

  2. PR is the one part of internet marketing that I haven’t mastered yet.
    I’m still trying to get my head around writing press releases.

    My site is http://www.threepr.com, which I bought on eBay just because I thought it was a carchy name.

    Now I realise I could use that name as being:
    Public relations
    Press releases
    Page rank

    Cheers,

    peteract