A dozen appearances: Dan Farkas banner year
Dan Farkas, a lecturer currently serving the Scripps School of Journalism, has spoken or been quoted in the following contexts since August 2013:
- Selected to speak at a national conference of solo PR professionals. Traveled to Atlanta to speak on how solo professionals can implement multimedia storytelling tactics in their practice.
- The Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) invited Farkas to speak on social storytelling during its annual conference in Orlando.
- Appeared on The Joel Riley Show, a morning drive radio broadcast on WTVNa news talk station in Columbusto talk about a variety of issues related to modern media.
- Guest blogged for Geben Communications’ President Heather Whaling, whose blog has earned national recognition in recent months.
- Interviewed in Tech Republic for an article on Katherine Heigl’s lawsuit against a company that tweeted a photo of the actress in their store. Spoke on the legal liability of tweets and how brands need to better work wit legal departments prior to producing content.
- Was quoted in an article explaining why CEOs need to become brand evangelists online and how this engagement can boost sales.
- Featured on Monster.com blog on the subject of interviewing and message point development.
- Quoted in The Street, a financial news provider created by Jim Cramer of Mad Money. Spoke on how social media profiles can help in the job-hunting process, both for job-seekers and HR departments scouting potential candidates.
- NetQuote.com’s insurance blog asked for feedback on how social media use can get brands sued.
- Green Bay Press Gazette and Post Crescent Media quoted Farkas in an article examining the role of consumers in conducting research prior to sharing social content. This involved a kidnapping hoax that went viral in Wisconsin.
- Farkas also wrote an Op Ed for CommPro, a national business resource, on the need for big data and communications to get along.
- Finally, Farkas created content for Ampervize, an Austrilian startup linking businesses with communication needs.