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Peter Shankman

You're Probably Doing PR Wrong, Here's How to Fix It

Bryan Elliott | Posted 07.02.2016 | Business
Bryan Elliott

You might know Peter Shankman as the founder of HARO (Help a Reporter Out), the famous website that connects journalists and experts. Shankman is a veteran tech journalist, PR specialist and thought leader who also happens to battle HDAD, the occasional vomiting house cat and Imposter syndrome.

Megan Griffo

This Man Is Using His Airline Miles To Fly 25 People Home For The Holidays | Megan Griffo | Posted 12.10.2013 | Good News

Peter Shankman travels a lot. The entrepreneur and founder of Help A Reporter Out publicity service racks up extra airline miles each year. But two...

IBM, Ritz-Carlton and Yum! Brands Empower Front Line Employees... Do You?

George Bradt | Posted 06.29.2013 | Business
George Bradt

The strongest leaders get that it's not about them. It's about the others. Whether you call them "first followers" or "front line," leadership is about inspiring and enabling others to do their absolute best together to realize a meaningful and rewarding shared purpose.

Honoring a Reporter's Obligation: Dissecting Peter Shankman's Hypocrisy

Ryan Holiday | Posted 09.22.2012 | Media
Ryan Holiday

Why target Peter Shankman's Help A Reporter Out? Because it embodies everything that is wrong with much of modern online journalism.

Man Tweets Joke Request, Greeted With Steak Dinner At The Airport

Posted 10.18.2011 | Home

Peter Shankman knew he would need a good meal when he landed at Newark Airport, but he never expected there would be one there waiting for him. Aft...

Michael Arrington: Persona non Grata? Behold 'AngelGate'

Pedro L. Rodriguez | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Pedro L. Rodriguez

Super Angels rely on positive media coverage incorporating buzz words and talking about growth opportunities, but instead we're out there talking about how they wanted to fix valuations and stunt growth for their competitors.

The Inelegant Internet

James Moore | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
James Moore

The Internet may one day prove to be the most profoundly transformative creation of humankind. There is also the possibility it can turn into a garbage dump of the human mind where the glittering is buried beneath the refuse.