I asked 12 executives, planners and strategists in my network how they rated Klout as a tool for identifying and measuring influence. Many of these individuals, like me, were named in the Brand Republic or Lissted lists.
He studied in Manchester and then headed to London and built a career as a marketing consultant and planner. He’s worked in Asia, China and the US, and is now back in London.
This is a post about the development of the Internet and social media. Ged first used the Internet in his late teens and at university. He’s an early adopter of technology with iconoclastic tendencies as you’ll discover.
Big thanks, Ged.
1) Don't tweet when drunk, over excited or pissed off;
2) listen, have a conversation and don't broadcast; and,
3) build a network.
- Ketchum Inc.European Digital & Social Media Director, present
- SpeedManaging Director
- Rainier PRManaging Director
- Weber ShandwickAccount Director
- Brodeur WorldwideAccount Director
Hello! Thanks for visiting my Google+ page. I’m the European Digital & Social Media Director at Ketchum and President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). I’ve written Brand Anarchy and Brand Vandals; and I’ve edited and contributed to Share This and Share This Too. You can find a longer biography on my blog.
- University of SalfordElectronics, 1989 - 1993
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