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Comments on: Wikipedia editors discussing PR firms participation – Rules of Engagement in Social Media Commons



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By: kaye sweetser

Wed, 07 Nov 2007 16:42:33 +0000

So if there is a fact error on your client's wikipedia page & you have all the info to correct the record, is the best approach to go in to the "discussion" talk tab of the wiki entry & add in your information there (so it shows up in forum area but not on the actual wiki entry)? Being fully transparent of who you are, of course. What is the right way to do it?



By: Citizendium, Mahalo, Wikispaces: alternatives worth looking at « Hoi Polloi: marketing + social media + public relations

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 16:30:27 +0000

[...] Citizendium: a wiki for people who can’t stand the rules of engagement established by Wikipedia’s founders about NPOV or” neutral point of view.” This alternative doesn’t let people use pseudonyms such as “WizardDuck,” and welcomes the general public and experts –meaning those who represent organizations, including professional communicators, PR agencies etc. It has lofty goals, to “soon attempt to unseat Wikipedia.” [...]



By: Valley PR Blog » Blog Archive » Citizendium, Mahalo, Wikispaces: alternatives worth looking at

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 16:28:17 +0000

[...] Citizendium: a wiki for people who can’t stand the rules of engagement established by Wikipedia’s founders about NPOV or” neutral point of view.” This alternative doesn’t let people use pseudonyms such as “WizardDuck,” and welcomes the general public and experts –meaning those who represent organizations, including professional communicators, PR agencies etc. It has lofty goals, to “soon attempt to unseat Wikipedia.” [...]



By: Marcom Blog · Mary Kneeland Metcalf Returns to Marcomblog :: From Student to Contributor

Thu, 06 Sep 2007 03:43:47 +0000

[...] No example of this is better than my classmate, Christi Eubanks. Christi searched and searched for the right jobs coming out of college. She is the one of the best writers and strategic thinkers that I ever came across at Auburn. She had all of the tools to make a hugely successful practitioner. After months of searching and unsuccessful interviews, she dedicated herself to updating her blog and getting involved with the ongoing public relations conversation online. A few weeks later, Christi now has a dream job working at Converseon in New York City with Paull Young and Constantin Basturea, two influential practitioners. I am confident that if you ask Christi why she got her job, she would say her involvement with social media. [...]



By: davedonohue.com » Wikipedia warns PR people off (again)

Mon, 05 Feb 2007 00:03:47 +0000

[...] Naturally, not all PR people have taken Wales’ words to heart, nor have all of us read these strong opinions. I’ve noticed a lot of firms rushing in to create and edit entries, as well as a rising backlash against those entries and PR folks in general in Wikipedia discussions. In the interests of the industry’s reputation amongst the Wikipedia community, I hope people will read those comments, and familiarize themselves with how the discussion of PR and conflicts of interest came to be - Constantin Basturea does an excellent job of summarizing this. [...]



By: The Cycle » Blog Archive » A dialouge with Constantin Basturea

Thu, 01 Feb 2007 15:46:41 +0000

[...] He was kind enough to give more much more information than I could fit online, so I’m putting his thoughts below. For more of his thoughts, check out this link. My thesis is that the current approach to employees and corporate participation in Wikipedia is encouraging dishonesty, is preventing people from becoming members of the community and, as a result, is undermining the quality and credibility of the encyclopedia, while failing to address the problem of bias. [...]