In today’s professional development landscape, a major educational imperative for PR practitioners, marketers and others involved in online engagement is knowing how to find influential voices across the social web: what to look for, where to focus your attention, what tools are there to help you, and where do you start.
One man who has the credentials to share insights on such questions is Adam Parker, chief executive of RealWire, the UK media intelligence company, and the founder and architect of Lissted, its new superhuman social listening tool.
In this FIR Interview conducted at the CIPR’s PR Show 2013 in London on November 26, 2013, FIR co-host Neville Hobson met up with Adam during one of the breaks between conference sessions in the vibrant and very noisy atrium at the Business Design Centre in London for a chat over coffee. We began our conversation with Adam setting the scene with some perspectives on social media monitoring.
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About our Conversation Partner
He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), a regular speaker on best practice in online PR and one of the co-authors of the CIPR’s bestselling “Share This” series of books, contributing the chapter “Media Relations Modernised” to the first book, and a chapter on the topic of “Understanding Social Capital” to its sequel.
Adam is also a chartered accountant, and before joining RealWire spent nine years with PwC in its audit, corporate finance and consulting practices working with both public and private sector blue chip organizations.
Connect with Adam on Twitter: @AdParker.
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(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)