13 03 2010


  1. rmkosiek Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    March 13, 2010 at 1:48 pm

This was something that caught my eye. I tend to travel quite a bit since I am from Chicago and go to school in Florida. I looked at the list of airports and I was not surprised to see O’Hare as the number 6 worst airport. One of the reasons has to be just because of it’s size. It is very large and actually about to get bigger. When ever I fly home I try to go to Midway Airport instead because I am almost 95% sure my flight won’t get delayed. It is always delayed at O’Hare. This is annoying because I only live 20 minutes from O’Hare and an hour from Midway. I’d rather be ontime then stuck for hours because of a delay at O’Hare!

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  1. rmkosiek Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    March 13, 2010 at 1:51 pm

Thank-you for the connection to the other blog. The information was great and I have realized how technologically behind I am, but there is always time for learning more through blogging. I appreaciate it!

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rmkosiek Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. March 13, 2010 at 2:18 pm

I think the speech was scripted by many really good PR spceialists. To be honest the speech did not seem as if it were personally connected with him at all. I feel like he was just acting. I understand that under his circumstances he is just being criticized fromt eh left and right, but it just did not seem sincere.

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rmkosiek Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. March 13, 2010 at 2:27 pmI loved this commercial! I think it was a great idea and used emotion to bring in customers. It was not meant for laughs which made it stand out even more. Thank you for sharing this commercial along with your thoughts and facts!

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  1. Rena Kosiek Says:
    April 2nd, 2010 at 1:38 pm This is great! I love his presence and attitude towards his work place. These were soem great photo tips. Thanks for the post!

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I would have loved to hear him speak. I was unable to make his lecture. Thank-you for sharing a little bit about him. I am glad you enjoyed him. I am sure this was a very beneficial presentation in which you got a lot of information.

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    Thank-you for the post. As a student I can use any advice I can get. I will look into getting your book. You seem to have some great insight.

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#10 written by Rena Kosiek
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This was a great article to read. This has always been soemthing that I have thought about, but never had the time to do research on. Teachers though in different areas make a completely different amount of money. Would this play into what you are saying? In Illinois certain districts after working 10 years, a teacher can make well into a figure salary, which compared to Florida, a teacher can work their entire career and never step close to that salary. Your post just got my mind thinking. I like that! Thank-you.

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This is great! Fun little video. Visuals, such as videos are always my favorite.

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Rena Kosiek on April 2nd, 2010 1:57 pm

This is a tough decision. If China is dropped, what will this mean for the national economy? Will it be affected at all? There are so many different areas that are going to be impacted by this decision. I like the suggestion left in the comment of Maria. Why doesn’t Google change depending on which country they are servicing? I understand this can be tricky, but this will allow them to stay and expand within countries such as China. Plus, if they choose to do this, users within each country will most likely use Google more just because it is more applicable to them.

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This is a good question to ask and I can understand your concern. I am not an expert, but I am a student. It does seem to me that many time PR professionals are being portrayed in a negative manner. I am very interested in seeing what comments you may get in relation to this post. Thank-you for you thoughts and concerns.

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Rena Kosiek

I am blown away at all of the brands that Twitter. This is a great networking tool that will you can see the future of marketing is going to.

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Rena Kosiek

I am a user of Facebook and when I came across your post I had to read what it was all about and see if it related to my experience. It does relate. I appreciate what you posted. Thank-you.

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  1. Rena Kosiek Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 10:11 pm Sending you the course report was more simple than I thought. Thank-you for that input and taking the time to go through it all step-by-step!

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Thank-you for sharing this Lisa. This is something that has been on my heart as well. The thing is I am in this place of the unknown. I have no idea what to expect out of this next season of my life, but I can’t think forward yet until classes and these things are done. I am not graduating until December, but my journey for this summer and next semester have really brought my mind on a frenzy. You are an inspirational leader with loyal character. I know as you ambitions grow so will God’s grace and he leads your every step. Keep pushing through and continue to shine on this campus.

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Rena Kosiek says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

I really enjoyed this post. I am not a usual blogger, but this caught my attention. It is crazy how you can sum everything you talk about in these 5 events.

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Comments by Rena Kosiek on April 3rd, 2010 at 4:10 pm |

I don’t think “Mommy Bloggers” represent all women, but I think this whole topic is just going way out of hand. Why are people getting so wrapped up in it? I know it is ridiculous, but I don’t think it’s worth the time to get worked up about.

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Rena Kosiek0 minutes ago
This is great that you are supporting this. Thank-you for all of the input.
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Rena Kosiek0 minutes ago
This is great material. I am a WordPress user, but I am not an expert on how to use all of the functions. This was very beneficial to me. Thank-you for taking the time to post this.
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Rena Kosiek0 minutes ago
I was recently in the process of starting a non-profit organization that was going to lead into other businesses. This was great input for me to keep in mind when I am working with investors. The precess is never easy. Thank-you for the post.
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I feel that whenever any social networking media begins, spam immediately starts to take over. It is always going to happen. Unfortunately that is just how it is. Thank-you for the post.

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Rena says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

This is great! I never knew how much of a business this could be. The internet has always been just a resource of information to me not a resource of profit. Thank-you for the input!!! This was great to read.


Rena says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

I am new to your blog, but I am enjoying it very much! I am really looking forward to reading more of your posts and trying some of the things out that have made you successful. Thank-you for continually posting.


renakosiek 0 minutes ago

These are some great things to consider. I appreciate the post. I agree that Twitter does not solve everything. Sometimes it is just an excuse for real relationship. Twitter equals less vulnerability and trust with your client and more of a convenience to the PR practitioner (sometimes).
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Posted April 3, 2010 at 5:22 pm | Permalink

Your comment is awaiting moderation. –>There are many organizations that need to rethink their marketing mix. This is a bad year for everyone other that shops that make signs that say “Going Out of Business.” When it comes to newspapers though, do you feel as if print will disappear entirely?

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