Paul has 30 years of business experience in healthcare, education, and retail including over 15 years of management and human resource experience. Focusing primarily on public relations, ethics and social media issues, Paul is a long-time disciple of Tom Peters and managing for excellence. Paul continues research into Social Media and how it impacts business and social culture. Paul served as the Rotary District 5190 District Public Relations Chair (NE CA, No. NV) from July 2008-Dec. 2010.
November 01, 2011
There are five reasons why ignoring negative Social Media is a bad idea and why the CS and PR executives who follow this policy have an expiration date on their careers
May 26, 2011
Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) rules didn't specifically prohibit business-related Social Media participation, but SEC regulations on advertising and communications have been presumed to extend to online engagement and in a vacuum of good guidance, most major firms took the position of forbidding their representatives from participating in Social Media formats.
April 13, 2011
A look at the numbers. To put Facebook's Internet presence in perspective, the combined daily circulation of the Wall Street Journal, USAToday, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, the New York Daily News, and the New York Post equals only 36% of the average daily unique visitors (19 million) of Facebook.
April 12, 2011
The last two quarters have seen some interesting trends in the big four Social Media services. The most obvious is the leveling off of growth of Facebook and Twitter, but of greatest interest is the clarification of who is using the Social Media tools.
December 07, 2010
Note: I have corrected (8DEC2010) this article to correct the authorship of the blog in question. Blogging is about open discussion and the expression of opinion, so I hesitate to contradict someone's blog; however, when someone titles their blog referencing 'doomed' with any aspect of Social Media...