Justin Rubner

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Regator: Copycation is “Stellar”

In Uncategorized on 09/17/2009 at 3:09 pm

Copycation, I’m pleased to announce, has been approved to be listed on Regator. In fact, one editor at the Atlanta-based company called this blog “stellar.”

Regator, in case you don’t know, collects and organizes the world’s best blogs. The site arranges these blogs in a way that’s easy for anyone to find what they need. It basically makes exploring the blogosphere (including podcasts) a whole lot easier because A) You’ll find only quality content and B) You can keep up with only the blogs that focus on the subjects you’re interested in.

So, if you want to read about things like business, you click “business” and can, well, follow Business Pundit.

Or, if you happen to like things like, I don’t know, cricket, then you click “cricket” and can follow this blog. Did you know Mike Hussey was retiring? Wow! (I really have no idea who this fellow is, but I’m sure he’s a smashing cricket player.)

Regator, which has been covered by the Washington Post, AdAge, PC World and many other major publications, is basically a great way to break through the clutter that is the blogosphere.

Later gator,

Justin Rubner

Copycation is Live!

In Uncategorized on 02/20/2009 at 10:48 pm

Glad you found this site. I’ve been wanting to start a blog like this for a long time. Enough procrastinating, already…

This is Copycation. Epiphanies on media, communications and copywriting. Uncommon analysis on what the news media are up to and how companies are communicating. Your source for tips on becoming a better communicator.

My name is Justin Rubner, a message development strategist and corporate writer. As I say in the “About” section, I hate corporate speak, tech speak, meaningless jargon, acronyms and otherwise obtuse messaging. As a former journalist, I was inundated everyday with this garbage–press releases, websites and written pitches.

I hope to rid the world of this insanity.

Please take a few seconds to sign up for the Copycation RSS feed. See you soon!

-Justin

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