Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Media Bullseye Roundtable 2014.11 with Guest Co-Host Mark Story
—Whether social networks discourage people from expressing their own views more honestly, both online and face-to-face.
—The notion that one can get certified as a social media professional for the low, low price of $99.
—The suggestion that companies should consider jettisoning their corporate websites in favor of just a LinkedIn company profile page.
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About Your Host
Chip Griffin serves as CEO of CustomScoop, a media intelligence company he co-founded in 2000. CustomScoop provides a cloud-based subscription service that monitors, measures, and reports on traditional and social media coverage for Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, public relations agencies, and small-to-medium sized enterprises. For two decades, Chip has worked in the public relations arena, including service in public and private sector organizations. He has co-founded more than half a dozen companies, and he writes and speaks frequently about the intersection of technology, media, and communications. He is a graduate of American University where he is President of the Alumni Association and a member of the School of Public Affairs Advisory Council. Chip lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two sons.
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