Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Building community

A significant part of Puerto Rico Sun's mission is building community. The social networks have been instrumental in helping us fulfill our mission.

I want to thank everyone who is part of the PRSUN familia in one way or another. Looking forward to a prosperous new year.

Here's a glance:

PRSUN on Twitter, 895 followers
Clarisel Gonzalez on Facebook, 1,486 friends
Puerto Rico Sun Communications' Facebook page (open): 259 fans
Puerto Rico Sun's Facebook group (closed/by invite): 162 members
Clarisel's Photo Place page at Facebook, 42 fans
Puerto Rico Sun's very own social network at www.puertoricosun.com: 68 members
PRSUN at MySpace: 386 friends
New: Puerto Rico Sun Communications' LinkedIn group: 29 members

Happy new year from Puerto Rico Sun Communications. PRSUN hopes to grow as a community media and art business in the new year. One way you can help support our efforts is by leaving a tip via PayPal.


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Grateful Web said...

Hi Clarisel,

Tip yourself everyday by joining other bloggers and asking for some honesty: One good New Years Resolution is to join other bloggers and take a step towards transparency from the companies who profit from your blog writing by NOT writing April 15, 2010.

Let private companies like Lijit and public one’s like Google know: you know they have not been transparent about what they make from our blogs; what % they share with US, the people creating the content they use and re-sell at great profit.

If you can’t keep your fingers from working on April 15th, 2010, then ask companies like Lijit, Google, or any other currently profiting from you blog this basic question:

What do you make from my work? What % are you sharing with me?

Your UNION, P.U.B., Publisher’s Union of Bloggers, has asked these simple questions from companies such as Lijit and Google, and they have either not answered (Google) or used personal attacks and threatened legal action against P.U.B. and its members (Lijit).

Why? Google, Lijit, and other’s profiting from publishers plan on there being no power among independent, freethinking writers. 'They will never act as a group, never ask us to be transparent, we can pay them whatever we want, if anything'

Is your creative work worth asking this simple question?
Then ask it, April 15th, 2010, and tell your publishing peers to ask for it too.

Keep up the good work building this community, its important.


Barney Moran
Founder, P.U.B.