The top 10 posts in March

Posted by Dan Keeney

Hey, I never would have guessed that people would be jumping at the chance to read my take on Burger King’s branding program, but that remained the most-read blog post for a second consecutive month in March. Not surprisingly, the posts about Rachel Maddow’s scathing criticism of public relations in general, and Burson-Marsteller’s work on behalf of AIG in particular also were popular. I’ll keep trying to come up with something that is more compelling than my Burger King take. 
























Burger virgins offers lesson about branding, but not the one Burger King intended
Public relations being hurt by public’s cynicism about business
Farewell to Rocky Mountain News and staff
New York Post cartoon deserves a real apology
PR firm exeucutives are either optimistic, pessimistic or undecided according to “survey”
Burson chief throws gasoline on Maddow’s fire
Presentation on counseling the CEO in a Crisis
Interview with Kasey Pipes, Keynoter at Southwest District PRSA Conference
The top 10 posts in February
Consuming PR Blog Says Public Relations Saves the Day

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