Guest Lecturing on digital PR at American University, “if Boesen’s students reach out to me via a blog post, a tweet, via email, or via phone, I will follow-up with a very positive and adoring post (a total of two for American) but if it ends up being a (sorry Chris), then I will have to be more lukewarm in my follow-up .”
Well, these kids are no duds. First there was Advice to a PR Professional of Tomorrow, where Kari Elam proved her mettle, and now this comment from Juliana Serafini!
I love when we have guestin my COMM 437 class because my teacher is a colorful man so the guests we have tend to have that same colorful personality; Chris didn’t disappoint. Besides being funny and talking to us like we are adults, he was informative. Many of my fellow students and I had no idea there was even a division of our soon to be (let’s hope) PR profession that was dedicated to bloggers and online activity.
Chris’s blunt statement of, “I’ll help you in any way I can, but if you aren’t, then I’ll just delete your email” definitely made a few of us think twice about our lack of blogging.
Honestly, I don’t blog because I don’t think I have anything interesting to write about…but after seeing Chris’s long, long, LONG list of blog posts, I’m sure I can come up with something!
Since so many of us are bloggingI wouldn’t mind having Chris come back to our class and going a little more in depth into the intricacies of blogging and digital PR. It was so much information to absorb in that one class.
Chris, I might be emailing you with some questions!