Stealing aka taking something that’s not yours. We learned that as kids, seem to have forgotten it as adults and business ‘professionals’ – especially regarding creative ownership. But it’s on the Internet. [Said in grating whine.] It’s one thing to […]
I’m evil with my SEO bait, RSS friendly headline. Really these are the three easiest ways to spot the tire kickers and looky-loos. 1. Tell ’em it costs money. Easiest way to scare away new business. When you get the […]
The FTC says bloggers must disclose the relationship between a blog and any corporate or commercial ties that could be deemed sponsorship or endorsement, or pay the price. To which I say, DUH. On a corporate blog, unless it’s over-hyped […]
Social media and the Interwebs are teaching me a lot about communication, what works and what doesn’t in Public Relations and Marketing. This week offered examples of good, bad and unethical PR practices. Good. Since several stories of bad Public […]
A spattering of stories and blogs the past couple weeks got me thinking about ethics. Forgive the Link-apolooza.
Can an agency fairly tell both sides of a story? Looks like this was a case of a joint venture, agreed to by both parties. But serving two masters or advocating two positions is a slippery