Here are my general criteria again:
- Significant readership as measured by the subscriber count on Google Reader
- Gets updated on a regular basis
- Deals mainly in PR topics
- Allows you to subscribe to the full feed as a opposed to a partial (teaser) feed. There's one exception to this rule noted blow.
- Has something interesting and unique to say so you're not just wasting your time reading something you already know or don't care about.
- MicroPersuasion (Steve Rubel): One of the earliest PR bloggers, Rubel has veered off somewhat into the broader world of marketing and social media. Still, he has a big following and it's worth keeping tabs on what he's thinking about
- The Buzz Bin (Geoff Livingston): Timely insights, podcasts and vodcasts make this a standout PR blog.
- The Flack (Peter Himler): Peter is plugged in to the New York PR scene, and always has something interesting and novel to say.
- The Cycle: (PRWeek): PRWeek's print edition is almost unreadably boring. This blog, written by the same people, is bright and full of color and insights not found in the print edition. And it's free, unlike the print edition.
Got any others you like (or hate)? Share them with us!