Bio: Christine Perkett
Christine Perkett founded PerkettPR – providing public relations, social media, interactive digital services and marketing communications for B2B and B2C companies - in 1998, and has been consistently recognized as an innovative PR industry leader. She has been listed one of the "100 Most Powerful Women of Twitter," was named one of the “Top 25 Authorities Moving PR Forward” in a 2009 industry ranking by Traackr, "Best Communications/IR/PR Executive" in 2008 from the American Business Awards, a “social-media guru” by Women’s Entrepreneur and twice featured in BusinessWeek’s Social Media Report.
Christine is a Board Member of NYC’s Style Coalition, Dialogue, Boston’s Business Marketing Association, and the Norwell, Mass. Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice. She blogs for various outlets such as her company’s blog (http://www.PerkettPRsuasion.com), ThisMommyGig and several personal blogs, covering topics from marathon training, parenting, fashion and more.
Christine is a mom of two boys and three dogs and a some-time marathoner, most recently completing the 2010 Boston Marathon (raising money for Boston Children’s Hospital). Connect with Christine on Twitter: @missusP, Facebook (christineperkett) or LinkedIn (christineperkett).
Posts by Christine Perkett:
Are You Giving Your Customers Extra Attention?,
12 Nov 2012 in Content& Content Marketing& Featured Posts& Headline& Social Media
When we provide media training to our clients at my PR agency, we have a section that we cover called WII-FM. Executives find this acronym amusing until they realize it’s not the name of a radio station but a call that every company should heed…
Smart Companies Don’t Ignore Brand Mentions on Social Networks,
23 Aug 2010 in Customer Relationships& Featured Posts& Headline& Social Media& Strategy and Tactics
You’ve heard of corporate social media policies—those rules companies are struggling to define to guide appropriate employee online behavior. But what about a brand social media policy? How do you define how your brand should behave in social…
Don’t Abandon Traditional Marketing Methods: Integrate and Interact,
10 Mar 2010 in Featured Posts& Headline& Marketing& Public Relations& Social Media& Strategy and Tactics& Word of Mouth Marketing
The popularity of social media in marketing and PR continues to grow at a rapid pace, with more businesses taking this form of communication seriously every day. From restaurants to fashion, technology to travel, you can find information, special…