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September 18, 2006

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Hmmm. Truly awful. Was it published in Media Guardian or the main section?

There's nothing like that in my MG north of Watford except another great column by Jeff Jarvis.

I am particualrly concerned by the last para of the 'story':

"For details of one-day training courses on online PR run by immediate future PR, contact Vivien Underwood on xxx-xxxx xxxx or training@xxxxxxxxx.com"

Advertorial in the Guardian? Shurely shome mistake?

Simon - it's in Media Guardian. It's a two-page pull-out the same size as the rest of the paper. the pull-out is called 'Inside Marketing & PR'. You're right though - it does look like advertorial.

The article wasn't the greatest but it could act as a tool to educate those clients that still haven't woken up to the web...and there are still quite a few of them out there.

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