Happy Blogsgiving

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks. I can’t think of a better day to thank all of you for your continued support of Journalistics. Since launching the blog this past spring, more than 50,000 of you have shown up to read our posts. Now that might not sound like a lot to some of you, but to us, that’s simply amazing. We’re thankful for every single one of our readers. Your personal messages, post suggestions and regular input around the topics we discuss here make the work worthwhile. So, thank you.

There are also a few hundred or so of you that have helped us out in one way or the other over the past year, whether with the blog or our product development plans behind the scenes. We couldn’t possibly thank you all in this post – but you know who you are, and here’s one more “thank you” for you.

To all of you that have tried out ExpertTweet or signed up for our looming Journalistics beta – thanks. We will officially start with the direct invites on December 1st for our first wave of the beta (which is really an alpha, but that’s beside the point).

Of course, we can’t dole out thanks without thanking the 9,000+ Followers of Journalistics on Twitter. You continue to be the #1 source of traffic to our blog, and the true evangelists for our developing brand. Thank you for all the retweets, replies and new relationships.

There are a few people we’d like to give special thanks to, while we’re in the spirit of Thanksgiving, namely:

If we left you off the list, please don’t take it personally. We’re thankful to you too. We hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving break. We look forward to getting back to things next week, and hope you’ll swing back by (we’ve got some exciting stuff coming up).

Happy Thanksgiving!

(Image Credit: Thank you * by rustman)

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Jeremy Porter has been passionate about the intersection of public relations and journalism since studying both Public Relations and Journalism at Utica College of Syracuse University in the late 90s. Porter launched Journalistics in 2009 to share his ideas and insights around both professions and how trends and developments in modern day marketing, communications, and technology impact those working in these fields. Porter also values the traditions and history of both professions and regularly shares his perspective in these areas - and related topics geared toward the next generation of journalism and public relations professionals.


  1. Thanks for the shout out. I really enjoy reading the blog and following @journalistics on twitter and am very proud to be a member of your community! Thank YOU for all you have given to the PR Industry this year! Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Aw, thanks Jeremy! Being in the media relations arena, it’s difficult for me to write a blog post without mentioning Journalistics in some way, shape or form – and I’m doing it again in the post I’m currently writing. That’s why I came here today, to reference one of your previous posts! 🙂 I strive to be as forward-thinking as you, and wish I had your eloquence … in the meantime, I’ll just continue to reference you and your posts 😉

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