Social Media Edge Radio - Guest Christine Perkett Tomorrow!
Tomorrow, I hope you can join us live and in the chat room for Social Media Edge Radio (because the cool kids are always in the chat room!). Tuesday, January 25, at noon Eastern, we have the pleasure of speaking with one of the cream of the crop in Social Media Marketing.
We're also making a special announcement about a new series of awards with some actual value. Ken Cook and I have proclaimed 2011 to be "The Year of Snark" so you can bet any award given will be thoroughly investigated. We, the snarky, are amazed at the volume of worthless awards based on either self-glorification or simple popularity and we're setting out to do something about it!
Our very special guest tomorrow is Christine Perkett (@missusP on Twitter).
Christine founded PerkettPR in 1998. She has been named one of the ‘Top 25 Authorities Moving PR Forward' in a recent industry study (http://bit.ly/2DfKku), and consistently recognized as one of the most social media-savvy CEOs - currently ranked as one of the 100 Most Powerful Women on Twitter (by Hubspot: http://bit.ly/9OUzJ2), a "Top Influential Woman in Tech on Twitter" (by Google's Don Dodge, alongside such greats as Marissa Mayer, WSJ's Kara Swisher, and more), and featured two consecutive years in BusinessWeek's Social Media Special Report (keeping company of notable CEOs from Zappos, Virgin, Digg, HDNet, Mint and more: http://bit.ly/peioG).
Christine was also awarded "Best Communications, IR or PR Executive" by the American Business Awards and nominated as an Agency Executive of the Year finalist from PRNews.
PerkettPR, Inc., founded in 1998, creates effective public relations, interactive digital services and social marketing campaigns and content for technology, healthcare, business and consumer companies worldwide. Clients include Conduit, Litle & Co., LocationLabs, Mindjet, Northeastern University College of Business, Photobucket, Tumri and many more.
Tune in live here: http://blogtalkradio.com/jckc
Don't miss this one, but if you do, check out the archive recording at http://socialmediaedge.com/itunes.