A very bloggy post–regular people, feel free to move along.
This Wednesday, Jeremy and I are the lunchtime entertainment at Vision (what, registration is at 7:00am?), a conference run by the ironically-named BC chapter of the American Marketing Association. Predictably, we’re talking about blogs.
In thinking about our talk, I made two very simplistic diagrams. One expressing the world of PR and marketing before blogs, and one after. They’re after the jump.
Hopefully they’re fairly self-explanatory.
Err, new school
My difficulty lies in positioning the bloggers in the second graphic. To me, they’re both media and consumers, yet they’re also talking to both groups. Should the bloggers set encompass both groups, with some inward pointing arrows? Should they overlap both sets, with some arrows pointing to each of the other groups? Is it fine the way it is? Am I on crack?