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(This photo is not of BlabberMouth PR’s Patti Hill)

The “seriously fun” BlabberMouth PR agency launched CameronWeeks PR to address the needs of its more staid clients in IT, biotech, and economic development, according to a press release.

BlabberMouth polled an astonishing 10,000 executives on the question of its quirky name, and received a more astonishing 50% response. The results showed people in fields such as fashion, retail, gaming and advertising preferred the BlabberMouth name, while executives in other fields prefered something more classic. According to the poll:

  • 55% of executives enjoyed the name
  • 30% would work with BlabberMouth “in spite of its name”
  • 15% “would avoid working with a professional services firm called BlabberMouth”

When we asked the top BlabberMouth, CEO Patti Hill how she got such a large response, she told us “The survey only had one question. I had many, many people email me personally saying they couldn’t walk away from the survey out curiosity what that *one* question might be.”

BlabberMouth used ConstantContact to conduct the survey, and amassed the database through six years of conferences, summits, and board positions.

A sampling of the emails Hill received are after the jump:

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