What do you call a small band of militant primates promoting goods and services one person and one community at a time? Exactly. At the risk of sounding like some borish writer with too much time on his hands, let’s at least set the record straight. Gorilla = A large primate living in seclusion. Remarkable [...]
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Voce NationMay 23rd, 2006
Voce NationMarch 26th, 2006
On Friday, some folks from the Voce Nation attended PRSA’s "blockbuster luncheon event" at the Santa Clara Marriott. The PRSA did a great job bringing in media heavyweights Don Clark, John Markoff, and Susan Goldberg (Fred Vogelstein cancelled at the last minute due to a "dental emergency", huh?) to talk to a room full of [...]
Voce NationMarch 8th, 2006
Voce NationOctober 31st, 2005
The Society for New Communications Research a new international, non-profit think tank, was announced today. The group is dedicated to providing a forum for research and education and a resource on the theoretical and practical implications surrounding new communications methodologies, tools and technologies. From the announcement press release: “The Society will study the impact of [...]
Voce NationSeptember 22nd, 2005
Voce Nation’s own Matthew Podboy and Tim Johnson authored an article for the Global PR Blog Week 2.0 that provides recommendations for deploying online communications campaigns. The article, "7 Tips for Deploying an Online Communications Program," was selected as an editor’s choice.
Voce NationSeptember 22nd, 2005
Earlier this week one of our clients, Peerflix, announced general availability of its product and debuted new features at DEMOfall. I thought I would just take a second to write a little about how the Peerflix blog fit into the overall success of this launch as a communication tool. Over the past year, the Peerflix [...]
Voce NationSeptember 15th, 2005
As a Santa Clara University student in the heart of Silicon Valley, typically it is “expected” that you graduate with a basic understanding of the technology market either in a business sense or hands-on IT sense. Case studies, group discussions, and internships both in and out of the classroom, aid in furthering the tech background [...]
Voce NationSeptember 14th, 2005
We’re happy to point out that longtime Voce client, Network Appliance, has just joined the conversation with “Dave’s Blog.” NetApp co-founder and former cowboy Dave Hitz is sharing his thoughts and opinions on the storage industry, tech trends and life in the Silicon Valley. Subscribe here!
Voce NationSeptember 13th, 2005
Anyone who has studied public relations or communication in college or worked in the field knows that the foundation of all PR is built on the knowledge of your client, its various constituencies or audiences, how you intend to reach them and with what message. You learn the various avenues for reaching your target audiences: [...]
Voce NationSeptember 12th, 2005
This is the true story of three interns, picked to be thrown together in Palo Alto, work in “the bullpen,” and drink too much coffee. Find out what happens when people stop being polite and start dominating tech PR – The Real World: Voce Nation. Stefanie is the classy one. Justin is the expert one. [...]