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No industry has been affected more permanently and positively by the digital revolution than public relations. The speed and reach of the Internet have forever transformed the communications landscape, altering the practice of public relations and magnifying its power. But to many PR professionals, the Internet remains uncharted territory. The destination may be clear, but the coordinates for reaching it are not.
In Winning PR in the Wired World, Internet PR guru Don Middleberg charts the course for getting the most from this ultimate communications tool. By detailing the evolution of the digital communications era, analyzing his original research, and examining some high-profile PR successes and failures, Middleberg offers a hard-hitting and informative guide to what's new, what works, and what doesn't in communications today.
Readers will gain insight into the benefits of combining online and offline tactics and get a tutorial in Middleberg's four fast "rules" of successful PR: (1) Speed Wins, (2) Everyone is Now an Entrepreneur, (3) The World Ends Every 120 Days, and (4) Buzz Is Everything. Through Middleberg's analysis, everyone from dot-com CEOs and marketing VPs to PR agency pros will get a comprehensive and thought-provoking education in PR's new guiding principles.
Written by one of the country's most renowned leaders of digital public relations, Winning PR in the Wired World brings readers up to cyberspeed on the new demands and opportunities for public relations in the wired world.
The broadly accessible, highly competitive marketplace created by the Internet has forever changed the role of public relations work. No longer taking a backseat to advertising, PR is increasingly at the forefront of business successor failure. Don Middleberg, Chairman and CEO of Middleberg & Associates and a guru in digital public relations, combines the expertise of one of the country's most highly regarded PR practitioners with case studies of information age leaders, including Amazon.com, Victoria's Secret, General Motors, and Nike. Winning PR in the Wired World can help you take advantage of the world's most powerful, widely-used forum for creativity, precisionand profit.
"PR used to stand for "Public Relations." Now the Net has transformed PR into "Power Relationships." Here's the inside story on how this is happening.
John Sculley, Partner, Sculley Brothers, LLC, Former CEO of Apple Computers and Pepsico
"It's hard to believe that anyone can say anything new about either public relations or the Internet. Don manages with his own unique insight, vision and sense of what's real to re-excite the reader about both subjects. Bravo, Don!, you've done it again."
Ray Gaulke, President and COO, Public Relations Society of America
"Leading edge - A required handbook for all executives, PR Practioners and PR students. Don Middleberg is one of the wired PR pioneers and innovators. He lays out a wired working blueprint for action. He hits all need-to-know points from Cyber-PR strategy to tactics. I appoint Don as the leading wired PR teacher in the world. I'm glad he's willing to share his exciting ideas with professionals and students. Don is a winner, and so is his Winning PR in a Wired World."
Brent Baker , Dean and Professor of Communication, Boston University.
Middleberg's work is about using the Internet to achieve the communication goal of an organization. He hardly stands alone in writing about this area. Read morePublished on August 21, 2002
Don Middleberg has a winning book here. Having done internet pr and developed web sites, he has put into words many of the techinques learned from on-the-job training. Read morePublished on December 28, 2001 by Bryce McGowan
There are so many books now about getting publicity, but this book gives fresh insight about how news travels and the best ways to share your news with the world. Read morePublished on December 27, 2001 by Lorilyn Bailey
The Internet has radically changed the world of communications, and author Middleberg provides insights on this new communications realm in a book packed with real strategies used... Read morePublished on March 12, 2001 by Midwest Book Review