PRTopics is currently the home site for our Social Media and Social Media News Release survey project.
If you have received an email from the prtopics.com domain, rest assured that it is related to a student research project. The target audiences for these surveys are journalists and public relations practitioners around the United States.
Watch for the executive summary report of our findings within the next 30 days (by May 15).
Thank you for your consideration and participation.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
PRTopics.com is my way of offering any PR educator and/or practitioner a free site for any collaborative online effort they may wish to undertake. The only requirement is that it be public relations / marketing communications related.
From blogs to wikis and other content management systems (CMS), I will install the software and give the site to you. I will assist in any administrative chores you may need help with, too.
PRBlogs.org is another of our offerings. There you may obtain a free WordPress Multiuser blog by filling in three simple boxes and clicking a button.
All of these sites are free. My only purpose is to offer those not familiar with CMS the chance to experiment. I am not seeking fees or trying to sell the domain.
We can do pretty much everything from images to podcasts, video to text and chat. The idea is to have people experiment with CMS in their professional and educational activities.
PRTopics.com is part of the AuburnMedia group of sites. This site is open and available for any PR practitioners and/or educators to launch a project. If you are interested in using a online content management system (CMS) for any collaborative project – and willing to allow students to become involved or at least interact with you on the site – please let me know.