#PRStudChat Educator Panel Update

Wednesday, October 13th at 8:30 p.m. is #PRStudChat with our panel of educators and a focus on…

#PRStudChat: Educator Panel Announcement

We’re getting excited about the October 13th 8:30 p.m. #PRStudChat session with our panel of educators and a focus on social media in the classroom. Don’t forget: If you have a favorite educator, you can nominate that professor to participate on our panel. To nominate a professor, simply forward his/her Twitter handle to @PRStudChat for consideration.

October #PRStudChat: The Educator Panel

October 13th is our next #PRStudChat session and we all realize the importance of social media in the classroom. And, because school is in session, we want to focus (and celebrate) the many educators who doing great work with their students in this area. We’d like to put together a panel of educators and we’re hoping that you will help us. If you have a favorite educator, you can nominate that professor to participate on our panel. To nominate a professor, simply forward his/her Twitter handle to @PRStudChat for consideration.

The PR Influencer

On October 18, 2010, I will have the pleasure of joining many of my communications colleagues at the PRSA International Conference in Washington, DC. This year I’ve put together a panel to discuss a hot topic, “The PR Influencer.” Joining me on this panel are Sarah Evans, founder/owner of Sevans Strategy, Mark Drapeau, director of public sector social engagement for Microsoft and Geoff Livingston, co-founder and chief marketing officer, Zoetica. Moderating the panel is Kami Huyse, president and the chief operating officer at Zoetica.

PR 2.0 Sharing With Your Competition

I’ll tell you a story about how sharing has changed.  A couple of weeks ago, an experienced…

Social Media: Your Brand in Four Words or Less

As a follow up to my post on PR and Cyberbranding post, I wanted to touch on…

PR & Cyberbranding: Is This Evolution or Revolution?

I’m preparing for my trip to Puerto Rico to speak at the University of Sacred Heart and…

A Personal Question: Who are Your Influencers?

Do you think the question, “Who are your influencers?” is a personal one? I do, because despite the measurement tools, from Klout to Twinfluence, we choose to believe in people and trust their guidance because we feel a personal connection. Now, that’s not to say that the numbers are disregarded, because they’re not. But, it does make us think about the personal side of why we have certain bloggers in our RSS reader and why we participate in chat sessions because our influencers are there sharing knowledge.

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