Monthly Archives: March 2013

Will LinkedIn Sponsored Groups Make the Connection in Middle East?

In the recent months I have had the great fortune to meet several times with senior officials at the major global social media networks. Each time I am pleasantly surprised that there is always something new and exciting to try. … Continue reading

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Are you being searched? Top People Guiding Readers to My Blog!

A very interesting function on Word Press is to share the search terms that are bringing people to your blog. Now that I have been running my site for about a year, I have a pretty good number of visitors … Continue reading

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Is this the era of the PR Geek?

My friends and contacts in the ICT arena are often contacted from recruitment agencies asking if they would like to head a PR agency’s ICT practice. Thank you very much they say, but, why only the ICT Practice? Why not … Continue reading

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I am much richer than THOU!

I totally don’t understand the reason behind this complaint against Forbes’ magazine’s rich list (http://www.emirates247.com/news/forbes-list-of-billionaires-saudi-prince-al-waleed-blasts-magazine-for-under-reporting-fortune-2013-03-05-1.497451). But maybe that’s because I don’t walk in circles where the most sleep troubling worry is not being on Emirate’s VVIP ‘By Invitation’ list.

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Austrians take no ‘Bull’ winging brand blackmailers before rumours take flight…

Here’s a lovely case study to stimulate your mind on how to tackle a potential brand crisis (http://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/red-bulls-openness-faeces-threat-could-pay-off-204858797–f1.html). It appears Red Bull has had to take some risks in facing down blackmailers who were threatening the company’s reputation and contaminating … Continue reading

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Michael Moore Stars in Potentially World’s Largest Public Engagement Exercise

There are very few people who really make my brain work as much as Michael Moore, the famed American documentary maker.¬†Sometimes I like to virtually argue with his point of view which is generally very difficult from an ethical stance. … Continue reading

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