Browsing articles from "October, 2014"
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For as long as I can remember, or to be fair, ever since I officially realized I should give up my dream of making it to the NBA (all 5’10” of me), I knew one thing: I want to make my living from thinking and writing. I didn’t care if I become a novelist, a […]

Is the Internet really a Wild West that needs taming as The New York Times claims? A lot of Internet pundits seem to think so. Still going through “a ‘Wild West’ stage,” writes this blogger. “The Wild West Web Needs a Sheriff,” says media theorist Douglas Rushkoff. The Wild West does seem like a likely metaphor […]

I can still remember the first day of Mrs. Thornburg’s 11th grade biology class. We were about to be assigned lab partners. Not being a very strong science student, this was a critical moment for me. I surveyed the room. I knew this would be done alphabetically by last name so I figured I would […]

From being nominated for an award for Best Viral Campaign of the Year by PR Daily to moving and shaking the startup scene in Israel, This has been an extra amazing month for Blonde 2.0 and its clients: We are happy to announce that we’ve been named a finalist in PR Daily’s Digital PR awards […]

 People have radically different ideas about what “PR” actually entails. Some see it as a way to acquire users; others see it as something you do for brand awareness. Yet for many startups, their most important goal is to generate interest from potential investors. Fortunately, getting covered by the media is an excellent way to […]