People Have Been Commenting

Correction and apologies: Jason Whitmen writes Public Relations Insider; Barbara B. Nixon writes Public Relations Matters.

I just looked at my dashboard for the first time today because I wanted to check my stats, and I had seven comments marked as spam. Four of them seemed legitimate, so they now show up on my blog. I’m so excited that people are reading and commenting : ) This is something I’ll have to remember to check often.

Jason Whitmen of Public Relations Insider commented that one of his friends had e-mailed him one of my posts a while back and that he really likes the whole blog. Barbara B. Nixon of Public Relations Matters quoted my comments on PROpenMic in her post “Watch Out for Digital Dirt.” I love it when public relations professionals not only read my blog, but like it.

I’d also like to thank my friend, classmate and new media ninja Bryan Saxton for including both my personal blog and the blog written by Lindsey Durrell for the conference I’m planning in the blogroll for his new blog Stop the (Word)Press. This is visibly driving traffic to this blog.

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5 Comments on “People Have Been Commenting”

  1. americansomething Says:

    I enjoy reading many blogger’s writing and commenting. I can see what people are thinking through their writings. Your posts are interesting and useful. 🙂

  2. Beth Evans Says:

    Thank you. I like your blog, too. The topic is unique, as far as I can tell. Are you Korean?

  3. americansomething Says:

    Yes, I’m Korean. How did you know? I didn’t mention about it in my blog. Anyway, could you give me some idea about America and American people sometimes?

  4. Beth Evans Says:

    Your name sounds Korean. I know a little about Korean culture because I lived with a lot of Koreans when I studied abroad in China, have Korean friends, and sometimes tutor Korean students. Yes, I definitely will let you know about U.S. culture and comment on your blog. I was just thinking as I was writing my last blog post that Americans LOVE acronyms and nicknames. (Example: HLC for Holden Leadership Center, MIC for Mills International Center.) Almost as soon as something gets a name it gets a nickname or acronym. I don’t know if this is unique to our culture.


  5. Thanks for the link to my blog, Public Relations Matters. I appreciate it! (And my name is Barbara Nixon — not sure who Jason Whiteman is.)


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