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Sunday, October 09, 2005

Posted by philgomes 3:50 PM
A Rough Early PR Blog Timeline

A Rough Early PR Blog Timeline

This past week, quite a conversation erupted when Stephen Baker called Steve Rubel the "doyen" of PR bloggers.

Not that it really matters, but here's a list of some of the earliest blogs either from PR people or about PR, in order of date of first post. I've constrained it to 2003 and earlier. It also suffers a bit from my own rusty memory.

I don't do a lot of chest-beating on this blog, but I think a timeline here is relevant.

If you're a PR person and have had a blog that started in 2003 or earlier, send me a note. I'll add you to the list above and provide the date you were added. Please supply a permalink to your first post.

UPDATE: This comment pretty much hit the mark. (And, no, the "Richard" here is very likely not Richard Edelman!)

UPDATE 2: Check out TheNewPR Wiki. Constantin Basturea has put this list up there such that we can have a truly canonical list.





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