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Car Blogs: Start Your Engines!

This week my focus is on car blogs. I don’t actually own a car. In fact, I ride a bike to work. But, even I know how crucial automobiles are. That is to say, I take cabs now and again. I even have a Zipcar membership. It stands to reason all my food is probably transported in cars or trucks at some point. And, if I were to call the cops, I wouldn’t want them taking the subway to the scene of the crime. Cars are important is what I’m trying to say. And trust me when I say these five car bloggers are just a few of the many great ones out there reporting on the subject. So with that in mind, let’s fill up our tanks, buckle our seat belts, and enjoy this brief tour through some of the best car blogs I’ve seen lately.

Green Car Reports is a blog that looks under the hood of electric and hybrid vehicles. Admittedly, this market is growing. And, not surprisingly, they have a lot to write about. They’re quick to discuss which models they like, but are also more than willing to discuss those they don’t. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories on electric and/or hybrid vehicles. Stories surrounding alternative energy might also work. Check out the full review here.

Cars for Girls is a lot what it sounds like. It’s a car blog for women. The thinking is a) it’s no longer 1950, and therefore, b) women should be informed about what they’re buying. This blog is about education. This blog is about purchasing power. Having said that, the color pink is still pretty prominent on the site. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d keep the title in mind and look for stories that surround women and automobiles. Check out the full review here.

Autoextremist often uses the word “rant” to describe its format. Another way to describe it is as a newsletter. The blog is authored by a veteran of the automotive advertising industry. And, as you might expect, it’s full of strong opinions. It’s also full of the type of perspective you’d expect from someone who has dedicated half a lifetime to the industry. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories around the car industry from a manufacturing standpoint. Those stories that also relate to the city of Detroit might work, too. Check out the full review here.

Celebrity Cars Blog fulfills a very specific niche. As you might expect, it’s about celebrities and their cars. We love celebrities in this country. We want to know who they’re dating, what they’re wearing and even what they’re eating. Why shouldn’t we gawk at what they’re driving, too? If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with celebrities and their cars.  Check out the full review here.

The name Winding Road refers to that perfect stretch of open highway. This is a car blog, sure. But, really, it’s about the experience of driving. It’s about the art of it. This blog loves their cars and it shows. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with cars. Accessories or other items that have a ‘car theme’ might also work here. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter31 account.

PR Blogs: The Art of Storytelling

This week my focus is on PR blogs. Public relations may be its own industry, but, at the same time, every industry needs its own public relations. You can call it messaging, crisis communications, or branding. The fact is everyone has a story to tell. The companies that do it well often succeed. And the companies that do it well usually have a team of professionals assisting them. And, as I’ve learned this week, a lot of those professionals have their own blogs on the topic, offering a view behind the curtains into the art of communicating. So with that in mind, let’s ready our official statement, avoid all those annoying buzzwords, and simply enjoy this brief tour of some of the best PR blogs I’ve seen.

The PR Verdict offers a unique perspective (or “spin”) on the public relations world. This blog looks at the day’s top stories and examines them through a PR lens. There may be a story about a CEO or a Presidential candidate or a recently divorced movie star. This site looks at how their message was executed. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories surrounding public relations as it relates to the news. Check out the full review here.

PR In Your Pajamas is not a fashion blog. (That was a few weeks ago!) Instead, it’s a reminder that public relations never sleeps. It requires constant attention, regardless of what you’re wearing. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for humorous examples of poor public relations. I wouldn’t necessarily pitch her stories surrounding sleepwear. That is, unless you want to be featured on this site in the wrong way. Check out the full review here.

The Future Buzz is another PR blog written by a PR professional. What sets this blog apart, however, is the scope of that which it covers. Marketing, social media, SEO, blogging, news, opinion and trends are all fair game here. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with the public relations industry. Odds are, it’s already in their wheel house. Check out the full review here.

Media Culpa  is the blog of a Swedish PR professional.  He works in the field. He has for quite a while. Here on his personal site, he examines the successes and also the failures of the industry he’s called home for the last 15 years. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories that surround social media and public relations. Check out the full review here.

PR-Squared  is written by a public relations heavyweight. To be honest, I knew about Todd Defren before I knew about his blog. These days I know about both. And I’m better for it! His insights and observations come with both a sense of humor and context. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d keep his reputation in mind. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Wedding Blogs: Unveiled

This week my focus is on wedding blogs. And, while I have no immediate plans to walk down the aisle myself, I do attend about four or five of these things a year.  People tell me it’s that time of my life. But, more than likely, weddings will always be a part of my life.  They may come in many different shapes and sizes, but they all represent on of our larger cultural institution. And as such, there are a great number of blogs dealing with the subject from a host of different perspectives and points of view.  So with that in mind, let’s cut the cake, reach for that bouquet, and enjoy this brief tour of some of the best wedding blogs I’ve seen.

The Best Gay Wedding Blog Ever! is, well, at the very least the best gay wedding blog I’ve ever seen. The truth is the gay wedding market is only going to grow and grow. Luckily, there are blogs like this one to help guide the way down the aisle. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories on same-sex marriages. Stories about marriage in general would probably work, too. Check out the full review here.

The Inspired Bride is a blog for those among us that like to do it our self. The site provides many examples of elegant weddings. But, they also provide the how-to information necessary to recreate it at your own wedding. It’s inspirational, sure. But, it’s also instructional.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories that center around do-it-yourself weddings. Check out the full review here.

The Budget Savvy Bride believes that weddings can still be fabulous and beautiful without breaking the bank.   In other words, couples can be frugal without looking cheap. With a little creativity, money no longer has to be the determining factor.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’ d look for stories that highlight how couples can save money while planing their weddings. Check out the full review here.

Grooms Advice is a wedding blog geared toward men. I know… That sounds crazy, right? Men take part in most weddings, but I never knew they were given an opinion on how things go down. Well, this informative and funny blog begs to differ. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for wedding stories from the perspective of the groom. Stories about bachelor parties and anything including the word “groomzilla” would probably work, too. Check out the full review here.

Eco-Beautiful Weddings is a blog that believes that a married couple can express their love for one another while still expressing love (and care) for the planet.  Being wasteful isn’t just irresponsible. It’s also unfashionable. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories that sit at the intersection of weddings and environmental sustainability. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Wellness Blogs to Feel Good About

This week my focus is on wellness blogs.  Truthfully, I should probably focus every week on wellness.  Like most people, I try to eat right and exercise regularly. But, like most people, I could probably also stand to spend a little more time on my own upkeep. And this isn’t to say that I need to do more yoga. (Though, certainly that’s a good place to start!) Wellness can extend to every facet of our life. Our jobs, our diets, our commutes, even the way we breathe will all affect the way we feel.  It sounds obvious. Still, it can’t hurt to brush up on what’s being said on the issue. So with that in mind, let’s stretch out our bones, inhales through our nose and enjoy this brief tour through some of the best wellness blogs I’ve seen.

I learned about MindBodyGreen through a yoga instructor. Not surprisingly, this blog writes a lot about the ancient practice. But, really, there is so much more to this blog . Whether it’s diets or relationships or even they way we breathe, this site wants to bring their readers wellness, either on or off the mat. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories on meditation, yoga or healthy food options. Check out the full review here.

Corporate Wellness Insights is a blog dedicated to lowering stress levels in the workplace. Whether it’s a chair massage or corporate retreats, these people make a living out of making jobs healthier. And I mean that. This is their blog. But, it’s also what they do for a living.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories that highlight human resource efforts to increase well-being in the office. Check out the full review here.

Fit B0ttomed Girls is the story of two women who love to stay fit, but who also love to write.  The blog chronicles not only exercise, but also all the other things that go into it. On one post, you can read about new training outfits. And on the next post, you can hear a workout-inspired playlist. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories on running. Stories around general fitness and the gear that accompanies it might also work. Check out the full review here.

Ben Does Life is a running blog, sure. But, it’s also an inspiring story of a man who shaved 120 pounds off his body, not to mention the burden of depression. Still, there’s a lot about running (and races and training) on here. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories around running, fitness and weight loss. Stories linking exercise to a decrease in anxiety and/or depression might also work. Check out the full review here.

Well+Good may be a blog focused on New York City, but, the insights, tips and wisdom gleaned here can be applied in any city. The site has posts on how to stay healthy and active. There are even posts on cocktails that are actually healthy! If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories around exercise or healthy, organic foods in the New York City area. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Fashion Blogs: Strike a Pose!

This week my focus is on fashion blogs. For some, fashion can be an obsession, a path toward spirituality, even a form of fitness.  But, no matter how much you love your wardrobe, everyone’s got to dress themselves. And, no matter what anyone tells you, everyone wants to look their best. Luckily, there are options out there for people of all budgets and all styles.  So with that in mind, let’s straighten our collars, buckle our boots and enjoy this brief tour of some of the best fashion blogs I’ve seen.

Your Style Savior is not necessarily a religious blog. Though, the author is certainly passionate about saving people’s styles. Basically, she wants to help. And that doesn’t mean suggesting the most expensive items available. The site wants readers to look good without breaking their banks.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories on fashion, but probably not spirituality. This is not the blog to pitch priestly robes. Check out the full review here.

Put This On is a blog dedicated to making men look their best. Whether it’s a guide for summer styles, what to wear on an interview or how to find a tailor, this blog wants to help their readers. The site also promotes second-hand (yet still good) threads on eBay, as well as extensive sections on how to fix and maintain clothes you already own. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with men’s fashion. The clothes they feature are stylish, even if they’re not always the most expensive. Check out the full review here.

Where Did U Get That is a question you often hear when clothes are being discussed. It’s not enough to compliment style. There’s always more to the story. The “where” is also so very important. This blog looks to answer that question, ask that question and share the answers with the readers. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories about the retail industry. Items surrounding the smaller boutique scene of either New York City or London would probably also work here. Check out the full review here.

Shopping Is My Cardio is one woman’s (usually) daily blog dedicated to making life more stylish. This blog represents a passion turned into something tangible. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories surrounding fashion. But, you know, don’t let the search engine do all the work. In other words, this is not an exercise blog! Check out the full review here.

Cashmere & Tweed is a blog dedicated to covering all the events, designers, products and pageantry of the fashion industry. The site may be relatively new, but it’s also pretty fearless. If I were to pitch this blog, I might look for anything to do with fashion events, up to and including Fashion Week. Collections that are heavy on, well, cashmere and tweed would probably work, too. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Pet Blogs: Sit, Stay, Read This

This week my focus is on pet blogs. Whether you’re a dog person or a cat person, everyone can agree that animals are pretty important to our lives.  They act as companions and friends. In some cases, they even provide vital services. And in nearly every case, they are loved tremendously by a loyal legion of people.  As you may imagine, there are a great many blogs out there dedicated to them.  Admittedly, a lot of them are just silly pictures of animals (including my own internet contribution), but there are also some serious blogs dedicated to animal friends.  So with that in mind, let’s clean out the litter box, take the dog out once more, and enjoy this brief tour of some of the best pet blogs I’ve seen.

Pets in Italy is the story of an English woman living in Italy. It’s also the story of many pets. Now, again, this is just her story. But, the complications and considerations of living abroad with an animal are more than likely relatable to, well, anyone who has ever tried it. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with pets living abroad. Stories about traveling with animals might also work. Check out the full review here.

Animal Law Coalition is a blog dedicated to using the legal system to protecting animals from cruelty, mismanagement and neglect. Sadly, this is a cause that needs championing. Some of the things reported on this blog might be tough to stomach, but the cause is one worth broadcasting far and wide. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories having to do with animals rights as well as anything to do with animals and the legal process, up to and including lawsuits and legislation. Check out the full review here.

Pet News and Views is a blog dedicated to the world of animals. Some blogs focus on one animal or another. (See below.) This is not one of those blogs. The site publishes useful information and other resources for pet owners, all while keeping a good sense of humor. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with any kind of animal. Check out the full review here.

I’m not sure how else to say this, but Modern Cat is for cat people, but not for “crazy” cat people. They love their cats. But, they also love elegant design.  They want to have cats without having all the corny accessories. There’s a middle ground out there. And it’s found on this site. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with cats or cat owners. Maybe don’t try to  get them to review frilly cat accoutrement, however. Check out the full review here.

Fidose of Reality is clearly a wonderful blog, because it deals with dogs. And dogs, as you all must know, are the best! Ok, clearly I’m a dog person. But, so are the people who run this site. It may be their job, but it’s also clearly their love. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with dogs or dog owners. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Technology Blogs: Geeking Out

This week my focus is on technology blogs. You may have noticed that technology plays a big part in our world. Not surprisingly, technology blogs come in all different shapes and sizes.  Some talk about developments in the startup industry. And some talk about twitter-inspired sneakers.   But, each of them focus on how advancements in the field shape and affect our lives.  And they all do it pretty well. So with that in mind, let’s enjoy this brief tour of some of the best technology blogs I’ve seen lately.

Infworm is a young blog written by a young man in Mumbai. Still, as anyone who follows the tech world can attest, age hardly matters. In fact, sometimes youth can be an advantage.  This blog is hardly childish, though, as it approaches the field with dedication and passion. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories dealing with telecommunications and gadgetry.  Stories having to do with technology in Asia might also work.  Check out the full review here.

Thug-Geek covers the world of technology as it pertains to both thugs and geeks. Now what does that mean exactly? Well, I’m not sure. But, I do know that I like pretty much everything on this site. So maybe that helps.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories having to do with technology’s role with entertainment, specifically video games and movies. Check out the full review here.

I met a writer from Pando Daily during a layover on the way to SXSW. And while the site is not about panda bears as I originally misheard, it is pretty much the authority on the startup industry and Silicon Valley. This site yearns to be the first to break the news. But, if they don’t, they’re quick to give credit to those who do. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with startups or Silicon Valley. Check out the full review here.

Geeks are Sexy focuses on the lighter side of technology. Or maybe it’s where technology meets bath towels and pancakes. Having said that, they also have a deep appreciation for that which is eternally cool about technology. And I guess that’s at least a little sexy. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories having to do with technology-based conferences or events. Things having to do with technology’s fun side might also work. Cosplay, whatever that is, would probably work here, too. Check out the full review here.

Digital Trends is probably the most significant blog on this list. They’ve definitely got the audience numbers to back it up. They’re probably also the most thorough, publishing on the most varied amount of topics pertaining to technology. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories having to do with technology in general. They seem to write about pretty much everything. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Blog Notes: Asian American Edition

This week my focus is on Asian American blogs. After all, May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month.  Asian Americans influence and cultural contributions are as vast and diverse as, well, the continent of Asia.   Whether it’s entertainment, medicine, arts, sports, business or food, American culture would look pretty unfamiliar without Asian Americans. Not surprisingly, there are a great many blogs out there, telling the tale of Asian Americans. However, it does feel a little bit strange calling them, “great Asian American blogs.”  Because, really these are just great blogs. They just so happen to be written by Asian Americans. So with that in mind, let’s take a brief tour of these great blogs.

The name 8 Asians is a bit misleading. Sure, it’s a blog about the Asian American (and Asian Canadian) experience. But, really, there are more than eight contributors these days. Still, changing domain names each time the masthead grows would be prohibitively expensive. So, we’ll give them a pass on that one. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with Asian American culture, specifically entertainment. Check out the full review here.

Angry Asian Man isn’t always angry. At times, he’s even funny. But, he has very little patience for the misrepresentation of Asians in the media. (We’re looking at you, Ashton Kutcher!) The blog also points out positive examples of Asian American cultural contributions, however. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with Asian Americans and music or film. Anything at all to do with Jeremy Lin might also work. Check out the full review here.

Nikkeiview is written from the perspective of a Japanese American man. He’s a third-generation American, yet he was born in Japan. And that straddling between two cultures informs the tone and perspective of this blog.   If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with Japanese American culture.  I probably wouldn’t pitch this blog stories having only to do with Japan or Japanese culture. There’s a difference. Check out the full review here.

Kimchi Mamas is a blog written by and for Korean mothers living in the United States in Canada. It covers the gamut of everything from pop music to relationship issues and just about everything in between. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with Asian Americans and women. Parenting stories and general entertainment might also work here, too. Check out the full review here.

Absolutely Fobulous isn’t a misspelling. Rather, it’s a blog embracing the cultures that sit between two far away places. These bloggers may identify themselves as “fresh off the boat”, but the blog hardly seems naive or inexperienced.  At times, it’s a lighthearted. But, they’re also quick to point out injustices or misrepresentations. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories that deal with Asian American’s contributions to entertainment or food. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

Green Blogs: Let’s Tree Hug it Out

This week my focus is on green blogs. What I keep learning is that green pervades most things. Whether it’s pet care or fashion or business or parenting, there’s always a green option. What’s more, environmentalism is no longer the fringe cause it once was.  Nearly every car maker has a hybrid option.  Fair trade, recycling and organic are commonplace terms in our vernacular. And, truthfully, that’s probably not a bad thing.  Given the stakes of ecological degradation, going green might be our best option. So with that in mind, let’s opt for halogen bulbs, mind our carbon footprint and enjoy this brief tour of some of the best green blogs I’ve seen.

Raise A Green Dog is a great example of eco-consciousness pervading daily life. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Dogs need food. Dogs play in parks and in the water. There’s even whole industries built up around dog toys (and yes, even dog clothing).  Luckily, there’s a green option in all these arenas. Your dog will thank you and so will the planet. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with environmentalism and pet owning. Check out the full review here.

Eco-Chick is a great example of sustainable fashion. And that’s not to say that they’ve substituted the word vintage for recycling. (Though, to be fair, vintage is pretty awesome!) There are plenty of new and awesome wears featured here. They also happen to have the true impact and source presented, as well. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for anything to do with green fashion, though not necessarily clothes made of just that color. Check out the full review here.

The Alternative Consumer does not espouse material detachment. On the contrary, they feature many things for sale. They just want shoppers to be aware of the impact these products have, as well as the many choices available.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for examples of green retail. The product hardly matters. They seem to cover just about everything. Check out the full review here.

Inhabitots is the blog for parents who wish to raise their children in a sustainably responsible way. And while I won’t tell anyone how to rear children as a rule, I will say that this type of parenting makes sense. What’s the point of bringing up kids in a polluted and toxic planet? Or what better way to show love for your children than to leave them a healthy planet? If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories surrounding environmentally aware parenting. Check out the full review here.

Green Living Ideas hopes to provide readers with the options to lower their environmental impact across all areas of their lives. Every facet is fair game here. It can be about fashion or dating or composting or insect problems. There’s always a green solution.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories having to do with how our lives and choices can be more green. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time… Oh, and please consider the environment before printing out this blog post.

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.

CSR Blogs: The Business of Doing Good

Corporate Social Responsibility, or CSR, is a somewhat new concept. For years, businesses and corporations were seen as having only one responsibility: profit. And, let’s be honest, that won’t ever go away. After all,  companies need to stay in business.   But things are transitioning. Maybe the environment is changing outlooks. Or maybe, the advent of social media and increased transparency is altering things. Regardless of how this came about,  corporate social responsibility is now part of the conversation. CSR, or “shared values”, is pervading into most corporate cultures. It promotes better communities and happier employees. Plus, it can’t hurt brand perception.  Not surprisingly, there are many great things being written on this subject. So with that in mind, let’s roll up our sleeves, lend a hand to those in need and take a brief tour through some of the best Corporate Social Responsibility blogs I’ve seen.

Realized Worth is a blog written by two CSR consultants. They spend their time, when not blogging, extolling the virtues and value of company-led volunteer work. And when they are blogging, they’re pointing out great examples of companies (and their employees) doing good.  If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories surrounding volunteerism and other examples of businesses empowering their employees as agents of positive change. Check out the full review here.

Sustainability Conversations is written by a PR professional in China. The blog aims to affect social change through communication. It’s a smart tactic. If behaviors are to change, mindsets must first be altered. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories relating to the PR industry’s relationship to corporate social responsibility. These types of stories that originated in Asia might do particularly well. Check out the full review here.

The Green Economy Post is a comprehensive digest of green industry news. If there’s something to do with sustainability, the environment, alternative technology, or some place where they all meet, you can expect to read about it on here. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look  for stories surrounding clean technology and alternative energy. Stories that sit at the intersection of business and the environment might also work. Check out the full review here.

Business Ethics Blog is not the start of a joke about oxymorons. Business and ethics actually can go hand in hand.  And in a lot of ways, they’d be smart to do so. Brand awareness and transparency are at all time highs.  Oh, and the environment could probably benefit, too. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories illustrating examples of businesses doing good work in their communities. Examples of companies empowering their employees might also work. Check out the full review here.

Earth & Industry don’t necessarily sound like two words that go together. However, these forces must work together if either are to survive. This blog outlines examples of sustainable businesses. In many ways, this blog is a look at what the future of business will look like. If I were to pitch this blog, I’d look for stories surrounding green technology, the solar industry and the impact business and the environment have on one another. Check out the full review here.

That’s all for now. In the meantime, if there’s a blog I should be reviewing, drop me a line or a note in the comments, and I’ll take a look. Until next time…

Author Tom Hynes is PR Newswire’s manager of blogger relations. And as you may have guessed, he has a twitter account.