An Internet Minute, Google’s New Algorithm, The World Cup And More…

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES  Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! This year, April flowers brought May showers, but we’re not here to rain on your internet minute, a topic to read more about in this week’s Lunch Break edition. We also discuss Google’s new algorithm, the World Cup on Twitter and Arby’s new […]

Your Customers are on the New Internet. Are You?

The new internet runs on IPv6. Stanton at CES 2016

Today marked the unofficial start of CES with Press Day taking over the show. Across the LVCC, the big guns in consumer tech such as LG, Bosch and Panasonic held their press conferences for an eager international press corps. But beyond the show floor, another important aspect of CES ramped up as the conference tracks […]

The Evolving Internet: What PR Pros Need to Know

Evolving Internet

Did you hear the news? We’ve reached the end of the Internet. Well, to be fair, we’ve reached the end of the old experimental Internet, which just so happens to be the same one that spawned not only enough AOL Online CD-ROMs to circle the Earth, but Amazon, Facebook, and nearly every other innovation in […]

Top Reasons PR Pros Need to Know About IPv6


This week’s Four on Friday was written by Jennifer Bly, Public Relations and Social Media Coordinator for the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN). ARIN is a nonprofit member-based organization supporting the operation of the Internet through the management of Internet number resources throughout its service region. ARIN coordinates the development of policies by the community for the management of Internet […]

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