Posts filed under: social media and reputation management

Is social media losing the “social” component to it?: Not necessarily

There are a lot of benefits for Twitter for students, professionals, and even professors. It provides a virtual community where people are able to share perspectives, brainstorm ideas, and network with others sharing the same interests and perspectives. I have […]

Igniting confidence and embracing H2H: Online reputation management strategies for the future

Managing your personal brand as a professor, professional, and even young professional entering the workplace now is not only essential, but expected. Not only are you expected to have a blog, presence on Twitter and LinkedIn, and be an active […]

How coffee contributed my personal brand as a #prprof

What makes us all human is our unique qualities and characteristics. Whether we are enthusiastic about technology or have a passion for cooking amazing feasts and bake for others – these are part of who we are and our identity […]

The future of social media education and the role of PR professors

Brian Solis has written some great books (several I list for my students as part of their recommended reading list for social media) and has generously shared his expertise and insights with businesses, professionals, and even professors. I have followed […]

Getting back an industry’s moral compass: Analysis and reflections on recent sports crises involving NFL & NCAA

The sports field has definitely had quite the Monday when it comes to dealing with crisis situations. Both raise the eyebrows to both the overseeing governing bodies involved and lots of questions are being asked. The two situations I am […]