Blogging Basics 101http://www.bloggingbasics101.com/
Build your blogging career with the help of Melanie Nelson, a professional blogger and social media consultant who has been a technology contributing editor and trainer for BlogHer.Get the blogging basics and fun stuff, too.
Stephen Gates Blog: Digital + Online Design, Advertising and Branding Bloghttp://blog.stephengates.com/
A name like Stephen Gates is definitely going to demand attention. With a ton of awards and credentials to back up his impressive name, this interactive creative director has some pretty helpful and up-front tips about branding, design, advertising, and marketing. Any blogger's ears should perk up.
Blogger Kami is an author, as well as a partner and co-founder of Zoetica Media. She offers some great insight into the business world where proper communication and dialogue can make all the difference in the world.
A Shel of my Former Selfhttp://holtz.com/blog
Blogger Shel Holtz has worked in corporate communications since the mid-70's. He is a consultant, speaker, and trainer, as well as the author of "Public Relations on the Net." This blog was named one of the 10 to PR blogs of 2012 by Cision.
Spin Sucks is a blog meant to help show that PR professionals can be (and are) ethical in their jobs. They do this through covering issues and news on marketing, public relations, communication, social media, advertising, and much more.
Coaching Tip: The Leadership Bloghttp://www.coachingtip.com/
We liked John Agno's blog because he speaks freely and truthfully concerning the various changes in the economy and among leaders. He offers a lot of great information about effective leadership skills as well as useful tips that managers can use to help them right now. In addition, he writes about communication in the work environment and how employees need to feel apart of decisions that directly effect them.
Musings of a PR Studenthttp://www.mikewhite.co.uk/
Public relations actively employs the nuances of discourse and connection that are underscored by communications to the end of bringing together two parties with mutual benefits. Comm students and PR pupils alike will bookmark blogger Mike's superbly organized blog page within reading their second post. Studying in the field for his second year, Mike's ability to coordinate a counsel column, a podcast, and ruminations on PR, politics, and student living belies his years.
Cosmopolitan, unimaginably chic, a future world-shaker: any and all of these terms can be applied to Barbara in generous helpings. Barb's life has found her jetting around the world and soaking up its cultures. She hails from Toronto, studying communications at NYU, and double majors in French to boot. Her blog demonstrates the flexibility and empowerment that result from comm studies. Her blossoming fashion career, based in Paris, more than attests to this.
Communications majors, just like most college students, understand the importance of internships and similar experiences that take place outside of the classroom, but that could have an equally meaningful impact on your professional future. Blogger Janet has completed six such internships during her comm major. Her blog covers the victories and woes of those affairs, as well as detailing her stint as a waitress, and the important role social media has played in furthering her career.
Media Law and Freedom of Expression Bloghttp://ibamedialaw.wordpress.com/
This blog is sponsored by the International Bar Association’s Media Law and Freedom of Expression site. The blog features weekly roundups highlighting threats to Free Speech and Freedom of Expression from around the world.
ICT for Peacebuildinghttp://ict4peace.wordpress.com/
The blog describes itself as a site meant for exploring the use of information and communications as it pertains to conflict resolution. Basically, it is a blog spot dedicated to both technology and how it can affect (for the better) conflicts around the world.