Since launching in September of last year, we’ve seen more than 1,100 blog posts from contributors across a variety of industries, from real estate to sales, public relations to media. Here is a list of some of the top bloggers on ProfNet Connect, in no particular order:
- Freelance journalist Heidi Rafferty has contributed some very popular posts on the media industry, including “Why is That Reporter Rude?” and “How I Select Sources for My Stories.” You can read her full blog here.
- Beth Monaghan, principal and co-founder of InkHouse PR, has shared a number of blog posts on public relations and social media. Recent posts include “How to Write a Press Release People Will Read,” “Six Reasons PR Has Changed for the Better” and “Should the Embargo Go?” Check out her blog here.
- Steve Vittorioso, associate at InkHouse PR, has written some of my favorite pieces on writing and journalism, including “Twelve Common Mistakes of AP Style,” “AP Stylebook Goes Social with Social Media Guidelines” and “Five News Writing Tips for PR Professionals.” Read more from Steve here.
- Drew Stevens, president of Stevens Consulting Group, has written a number of blog posts on sales, sales management and marketing. Recent posts include “Benefits of Sales Coaching,” “Selling Excuses” and “Seven Things That Frustrate Sales Managers.” View his blog here.
- Eric Bryant, director of Gnosis Arts Media Group, has blogged on ProfNet Connect since pretty much day one. His contributions include “I’m Getting More Exposure. Why Aren’t Sales Up?” and “Why Don’t We Just Say We Screwed Up?” See more from Eric here.
- Robert Eisenstein, president and chairman, HomeRun Homes, blogs regularly on a variety of real estate issues. Recent posts include “Rent to Own: The Good vs. The Ugly,” “Real Estate is Still Our Sweetheart” and “Foreclosure Scam Alert Based on Phony Deeds.” You can view Robert’s blog here.
- David H. Deans, senior partner at Deans & Associates and founder of GeoActive Group USA, has shared some interesting posts on technology, telecom and media, including “The Internet of Things [Infographic],” “Google+ Avoids the Bad Perception of Social Media” and “SXSW 2011: Transmedia Content Marketing.” See more from David here.
- Walter E. Jacobson, M.D., has shared his thoughts on counseling, mentoring and self-help in a series of blog posts, including “Not Thinking Can Be Hazardous to Your Health,” “Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail” (a video blog) and “Are you a Fearist or a Cheerist?” Read more of Walter’s wisdom here.
- Jackie O’Neal, president of O’Neal Media Group, has posted on a wide range of topics, from public and media relations to Latin America’s African roots, including “Poll Reveals 62% of Journalists Use PR Agencies for Sourcing” and “Three Life Lessons Learned from Book Marketing.” View more blog posts from Jackie here.
- Author Marie Newman has shared numerous articles on children and bullying, including “Four Types of Bullies, Four Bully Solutions,” “Back to School: Preventing and Stopping Bullying” and “Addressing Teen/Tween Social Media Group-Think.” Read her blog here.
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