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September 23, 2009

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I really appreciated the read and shall be dropping by from time to time now.

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I'm not sure on the part that PR agencies telling clients to invest in PR or social media campaigns instead of advertising is a wrong idea.

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Caryn Cohen

Thanks for the clarification Josh on the earlier intro... that's is not just about print but about credibility!

Caryn Cohen

Thanks Josh. I'm not sure I was really advocating print specifically but rather the credibility the media brand brings to the market whether it's via their print, on-line, or even social media entities.

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