Profile cover photo
Profile photo
kglobal
12 followers -
An international public affairs and communications firm headquartered in Washington, D.C.
An international public affairs and communications firm headquartered in Washington, D.C.

12 followers
About
kglobal's posts

Post has attachment
Just four years ago, Giant fans were celebrating the infamous catch by David Tyree that led to the eventual game-winning touchdown from Eli Manning to Plaxico Burress. Back then Twitter barely existed, Facebook had less than 100 million users and Google was just Google minus the plus sign. My, how things have changed!

Post has attachment
Can the political figures of the United States learn a thing or two from a quirky thirty-year-old actress?

Post has attachment
Not sure what to do with Twitter? Fear not! kglobal's new and shiny practical guide to the social media platform is here. Download for FREE and start tweeting today!

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Which Presidential candidate would you vote for on American Idol?!

Post has attachment
"You see, my whole life, I've been a brand-loyalist. Tied to trust and respect, when I find a brand that I like, I vow to have and to hold from that day forward. I will love and cherish, for better or for worse, richer for poorer, in sickness and in health -- as long as you don't discontinue the things I like or reduce your costs by sacrificing the quality of your products."

Post has attachment
Some familiar territory was covered in Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. As pointed out in this nifty infographic, topics such as education, energy and jobs were the three core speech themes that had the Twitterverse buzzing, and in some respects,that’s nothing surprising. But there’s another theme that is—rightly so—emerging at the top of the American consciousness: federal investment in research.

Post has attachment
Almond milk was the new soy milk, but now that’s so last year. From diet and food marketing trends to America’s next president, our team of brand-a-holics, political superstars and communications gurus are touting a bevy of predictions for the year ahead—and no, it doesn’t include a Mayan-based apocalypse in December (unless you count a SOPA victory as a cataclysm, in which case, prepare thyself!)

Post has attachment
How personal stories help Google products resonate in a shifting technological landscape:

Post has attachment
Dick Gephardt and remembering youthful optimism in politics:
Wait while more posts are being loaded