Ragan's PR Daily is the one stop source for news on the people who make the news, or at least the news on those who wish to shape the news. The site was originally a newsletter called "The Ragan Report" originating as far back as 1970. Today, Ragan's PR Daily is one of the leading voices on corporate communications and public relations news. If you work in PR or if you cover PR, you should probably already be reading this blog.
Today on the blog, they are examining the 12 ways you know you're addicted to social media, a study on how the smartphone killed the postcard (bummer; love postcards), tips for writers, as well as a report on the most hated companies in America.
And it's not just all articles. (Though, the articles are pretty great, so don't skip them.) Ragan's PR Daily really is so much more. The site also offers training toolkits, job leads, as well as a packed calendar of industry events that would certainly be of interest to anyone in the industry. And let's not forget the great writing. If PR is about effectively communicating a message, Ragan's PR Daily has clearly got the jump on that requirement.