6:00 AM –- From The Philter's Conflict is King file, check out the following claim made by the chap who runs the high-tech PR firm
Front Page Public Relations:
We can guarantee publicity in many broadband wireless magazines dedicated to the broadband wireless industry.
How does he make such a brazen boast? Simple. He owns and edits two of the publications he lists on his site underneath that claim --
Broadband Wireless Exchange Magazine
So it appears that when the Front Page PR team isn't publicizing its clients, it's actually writing the very same headlines that companies pay PR firms big bucks to get.
Just thought you'd like to know.
— Phil Harvey, PR Editor,
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