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If at first you don’t succeed, are you sure you want to try again? Tell me if you’ve heard this scenario before: A businessman (or woman) succeeds in an extraordinary way, and explains that part of their success was that they failed a bunch of times before. Familiar right? Failure can be a great learning […]

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 […]

If there’s one thing the startup world is famous for – it’s the speed. Things happen fast, good or bad. This November an opportunity is coming your way that could speed up your startup all over Europe, give you more Media money than you could ever dream of – and do it all in seven […]

When was the last time you had to memorize anything without using technology? Can’t remember? Neither can I. It seems that one of the most prominent changes brought to us by the smartphones revolution, is that the more we expend out digital memory – the more we lose touch with our human one. Sure, you […]

In the tech world, where one word from the right person could mean the difference between success and failure, pitching your product is everything. Properly pitching your product is almost as important as creating it. If the movers and shakers of the tech world won’t understand what your product is all about, you’re going to […]

From the most successful Israeli Indiegogo campaign ever to the Dublin Web Summit, this month was another great month to be a Blonde 2.0 client!! Angel, the innovative medical sensor has raised over $300,000 on Indiegogo (beating their goal by 200%) which makes them the most successful Israeli campaign ever on Indiegogo, check it out […]

Last week I participated in a panel about “Powerful Women in Tech, Media and Society at the PR Summit in San Francisco, organized by the very wonderful Shaun Saunders. I wanted to share a summary of the questions and my responses with the very loyal followers of Blonde 2.0 who have been following me since […]

A few days ago I came back from MLOVE Berlin, the “TED” of mobile conferences. A few hundred participants came together to discuss the future of mobile — in an amazingly beautiful castle, no less. The attendees come from a variety of backgrounds, but all share one important thing in common: They are impassioned leaders […]

At LeWeb London last week, I got a chance to sit down with the great Robert Scoble and hear his thoughts on Google Glass, being one of the very first people outside of Google to use it. We talk about its current features, upcoming features, why facial recognition would be freaky to integrate at this […]