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We Are In The Top 100 Of The PR Influencer Index

 

 

There’s nothing like a good surprise and finding out that I had made the PR Influencer Index was certainly a good one; am in the top 100 at number 25! It feels good to be up there with my peers and to be recognised for the work Serendipity PR & Media does.

A little about  – The PR Influencer Index, which uses an influencer mapping methodology and human analyst expertise to identify social media influencers working in PR & Communications. The Index is based on both quantitative and qualitative evaluation of English language Twitter data.

We’re living in a digital constellation: connecting us in an easily explored galaxy…

 

If you come across my Twitter profile you will find it says – We’re living in a digital constellation: connecting us in an easily explored galaxy – and this was wonderfully proved when on 9 September I spoke to a group of first year MSc students who are studying Creative Entrepreneurship at Vilnius University Business School in Lithuania via Skype about PR, brands, social media and being online.

Technology is truly connecting us and serving us well, as from my London office I was able to zoom in and share my experience with these business students, who are all budding entrepreneurs.

The one thing that struck me from my talk and something I learnt is that Twitter is not that ‘big’ in Lithuania and not as widely used, as it is here in the UK. One of the questions asked, was should they still spend time on Twitter, if people around them from their local communities were not using Twitter. My answer was ‘YES!’.

The internet and social media platforms allows us all to think bigger and wider than our local communities, hubs and sectors. Our clients could be sitting in other parts of the world, so beam your message out. This is globalization at its best without the carbon footprint!

Photo Credit: Mauco Sosa