Baron Versus Shankman: PR Day Speakers Spar Online

Two speakers at the highly successful PR Day 2009 on October 7 are sparing online about presentations made at the event. On his Crisisblogger site, breakout speaker Gerald Baron took keynote speaker Peter Shankman to task for speaking too fast and using social media mostly as a way to get dates. And that’s just for starters.

Undeterred, Shankman fired back that Baron basically misunderstood everything he said. Since it’s Baron’s blog, he then commented on Shankman’s comments about his comments on Shankman’s comments. Makes for fun reading: http://crisisblogger.wordpress.com/2009/10/08/comments-on-peter-shankmans-comments/

Contributed by Christi Dunn, Chair, PRSA Houston Web Committee

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3 responses to “Baron Versus Shankman: PR Day Speakers Spar Online

  1. What’s that old PR line about they can say anything they want as long as they spell my name right? It’s actually Baron. But–thanks for the reference.

  2. Pingback: Twitter Trackbacks for Barron Versus Shankman: PR Day Speakers Spar Online « PRSA Houston’s Blog [prsahouston.wordpress.com] on Topsy.com

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