This post was first published by Joanna DiTrapano on March Communications’ blog, PR Nonsense, and may be viewed here.

Our communication methods have evolved dramatically over the past years beginning with snail mail and evolving to home phones, cell phones, smart phones, email, instant messenger, Facebook, Twitter and Skype (say that ten times fast). While the methods we use to stay in touch have changed, so too have the ways in which we communicate. For example, instead of an hour-long phone call, some prefer to send regular texts or Facebook messages to friends and family in order to stay in touch. Read more