Posts Tagged ‘social networks’

The 12 Truths of Modern PR

Today I spoke at the Dow Jones forum in Korea: “Information Explosion: from Burden to Blessing.” See below for a copy of my presentation: View more presentations from Robert Pickard.

Posted October 11, 2011

Weibo and the Chinese social media dynamic

Last week when I was in China, there was one word that seemed to be on everyone’s lips: Weibo, which is the Chinese microblogging platform that’s analogous to Twitter (but it should […]

Posted August 10, 2011

Image and reputation in the age of digital communication

This morning I delivered this presentation to the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore. We discussed the crafting and co-creation of persuasive narratives, digital storytelling through the newsfeed with stakeholders, the production […]

Posted September 1, 2010

Executive MBA lecture at Nanyang Business School

On July 27th I was honoured to guest lecture executive MBA students in Martin Roll’s class at Nanyang Business School. I talked about the scientific roots of the PR profession, putting the […]

Posted August 2, 2010

Image and reputation in the age of digital communication

Today in Shanghai it was my honor to address the China New Social Media Forum on the crafting and co-creation of persuasion narratives, digital storytelling through the news feed with stakeholders, producing […]

Posted July 22, 2010

Guest lecture to PR students in Hong Kong

On November 10th, I was honoured to address PR students in the Communications School of Hong Kong Baptist University. I was invited and hosted by the distinguished Dr. Flora Hung as well […]

Posted November 26, 2009

Signal to noise

When I was a kid, I was into electronics and shortwave radio in a big way, and one of the technical terms I heard about then was ‘signal to noise ratio.’ In […]

Posted October 30, 2009

Social networks and happiness

Birds of a feather flock together, says this interesting article which contends that happy and unhappy people tend to be connected with each other online. Makes sense, doesn’t it?

Posted September 30, 2009