Note: This is a portion of the Crisis Overnight story. It is meant to give you an overview of what components made up our success. If you have specific questions, feel free to contact me directly (prsarahevans at gmail dot com).
A beloved and trusted community crisis center tapped out and maxed [...]
For the past hour or so, it looks like many people’s Twitter posts (or tweets) are also posting to their Facebook accounts. I don’t know the cause, but I did find a way to successfully stop it per a tweet from @KatieKrafka.
Here’s what worked for me:
Go to a Facebook status populated from Twitter and [...]
Information overload? I know how you feel. Everyday I scan headlines, check my RSS feeds and head over to see what my favorite bloggers are saying about PR and new media. I already share the majority of what I read via Twitter, but wanted a better way to publicly archive it. Sure, I could list [...]
How many times do you have to add, upload or link to your online communities? If you’re anything like me, it’s quite often. There are a few platforms out there which allow you to create what is essentially an online business card, but card.ly is my new favorite. The set up process was easy and [...]
Monday, August 17, 2009
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. CST
7:30 – 10:00 p.m. EST
The mission of #journchat has always been to improve the relationships between public relations professionals, journalists and bloggers. Together we’ve created a safe environment to explore each industry and ultimately how social media is influencing all of us.
The goal of #journchat LIVE is [...]
Co-written by Peter Shankman and Sarah Evans
There’s a new phenomena of people declaring themselves social media experts. We’ve actually heard from firms who pushed someone to become their resident social media expert because the person was on Facebook. There is no endorsement or accreditation to set apart legitimate industry leaders from bandwagon opportunists.
Social media is [...]
I’ve had the good fortune of presenting more and more on social media. It’s a hot topic right now and it’s important to learn from the right people (I’m currently working on a post “Is your social media expert really an expert?”). You’ll notice in this presentation that I don’t spend a lot of time [...]
Social Media And Public Health Communication (no formatting)
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I’m down to three final choices for my (new) public relations and social media company’s identity. I began the journey of identity development by seeking input from a select group of friends, family and peers via email. The identity has evolved many times and is now ready for public feedback. It would mean so much to [...]
There’s nothing like a family emergency to make you think and put your priorities in order. To put myself right again this means a time of reflection and, of course, a little blog writing. Spending time with my family this week reminded me how much of what my parents taught me translates directly to my [...]
There’s nothing like a family emergency to get you thinking. It my case a time of reflection and writing does the trick to help me process. Spending time with my family this week reminded me how lucky I am and how the lessons my parents taught translate directly to my approach and use of social [...]