February 9th, 2012 / 9:37 am
March 12th, 2011 / 9:58 am
Recently I was interviewed by the excellent Aude Lagorce, who wrote this piece in The Wall Street Journal about Asian corporate culture and social media and how ‘face’ is as important as Facebook.
A few weeks earlier, I wrote this op-ed for Marketing magazine:
August 21st, 2010 / 7:00 am
A few weeks ago while in Beijing, I was interviewed by China’s PR Magazine. Click here for the English translation.
April 5th, 2010 / 2:00 am
When I was in Seoul last week meeting with B-M colleagues, clients and communities, I was pleased to meet with Mr. He-suk Choi, an engaging journalist who asked me some really original questions about PR in Asia generally but particularly in Korea.
- Visualizing the rise and fall of marketing monikers
- The climate change PR disaster
- Humanitarianism in the network age
- The marketing might of modern public relations
- Guest lecture at SMU on Asia social media
- An end to ‘time zone chauvinism’
- climate change
- crisis communications
- guest post
- media relations
- national brand
- PR industry
- social media
- speaking platforms
- Russia's U.S. PR firm distances itself from Ukraine dispute: http://t.co/L2ImPMmBDG
- When to use “I” and “We” in public communication: http://t.co/svHilJjUYv | The former for resolve and the latter for accomplishments
- The psychology and philosophy of branding, marketing, needs, & actions: http://t.co/qsfOxiTNBc
- @InaBansal Well I would consider that a compliment - and a tribute to your networking skill!
- This LinkedIn Maps network visualization tool is cool: http://t.co/7PGKRiCxy5
- More and more news releases are raining down on fewer journalists: http://t.co/SFzlANFGGD | via @LouHoffman
- Russia Today TV anchor @lizwahl quits, says she can't be part of a network 'that whitewashes’ Russia’s actions: http://t.co/WdlqL9cWTo
- .@butlersam Well that is a key question (& major concern); media are increasingly migrating to PR to tell corporate stories - is that ideal?
- RT @communicateasia: Dissatisfied journalists are flocking to brands looking for quality 'brand journalism:' http://t.co/6QF4QoeUCG