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Coinciding with a special announcement, PRWeek will be holding a poll-style competition to find the best PR industry blog. We’re going to be broad in our specifications for potential entries. Your blog must merely tackle issues affecting PR professionals. PRWeek editorial members will whittle down entries (and our own selections) to a list of 32 blogs, all of which will be voted on by your peers to find the best PR blog out there. Agency/corporate/personal blogs are all valid for submission. If you wish for us to consider your blog, please send your URL, a brief description, and any relevant stats to .
Also, we are now accepting Web-exclusive Op-Eds. At 200-300 words, it’s a great opportunity to produce some thought-leadership in a condensed form. If you or a colleague want to submit one, please send it to keith . obrien @ prweek.com.
We are beta testing a new comments service across all of our platforms. Please try it out. Also, you can now comment (BETA!) on our articles on PRWeek.com. Please keep it civil and edifying.
As we pointed out last week, PRWeek.com has relaunched. We will be using this space to keep you up-to-date on enhancements and new features. Please make it a two-way conversation in the comments.
Thought leadership submissions
You may have heard the whispers: PRWeek.com is relaunching on in late October, taking advantage of new developments in online journalism and adding to its mission of covering the marketing communications industry more rapidly. The new site will feature a number of new Web-exclusive recurring features and more customization of homepages, content, and RSS feeds.
While we will continue to pursue long-form articles, both in print and online, we are increasing our dedication to create and accept short-form content that quickly and succinctly gets to the heart of a communications challenge or opportunity, or dissects an aspect of the industry that requires further attention. Read more »
PRWeek has relaunched its podcasts section. Click here to listen to our agency leadership series and weekly review archives, and to hear a new sponsored podcast from Cohn & Wolfe.
Products and Tools newsletter
We’ve launched a new newsletter - called Products & Tools - includes case studies, white papers, media analysis, and the latest news and announcements from the product and service providers that communications professionals depend on for their daily business. To sign up to receive the newsletter, click here. To view the most recent one, click here. To e-mail the newsletter editor, Tonya Garcia, click .
If you were editor of PRWeek.com
What features would you recommend? We’re in the process of contemplating short, recurring “featurettes,” and would love to receive some suggestions.
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