Personal Branding : YOU 2.0 on Social Media

Today, I am delighted to be informed by Slideshare that my presentation – “Personal Branding – YOU 2.0 on Social Media ” is being tweeted more than anything else on SlideShare right now. So they are putting it on the homepage of SlideShare (in the “Hot on Twitter” section). Personal Branding – YOU 2.0 on Social […]

Andrew Chow : Professional Member in Asia Professional Speakers – Singapore (APSS)

I find it’s a great honor to be a professional member in Asia Professional Speakers – Singapore (APSS), which is an association whose membership is made up of subject experts who are already speaking and/or training professionally, and others who aspire to become professional speakers/trainers.  At the same time, I am invited by the current […]

Personal Branding : YOU 2.0 on Social Media

Mindef Shared Service has invited Karen Leong and myself to speak on “Work the headhunter Scene” and “Personal Branding : YOU 2.0 on Social Media” respectively to a group of transitional SAF senior officers at Marina Mandarin Hotel on 28 Jul, 2-5pm My outline is : Embracing the Social Media wave Expand your social network […]

6 ways to elevate your thought leadership status on social media

Thought leader is business jargon for an entity that is recognized for having innovative ideas. The term was coined in 1994, by Joel Kurtzman, editor-in-chief of the Booz, Allen & Hamilton magazine, Strategy & Business. “Thought leader” was used to designate interview subjects for that magazine who had business ideas that merited attention How to […]

Establishing strong Personal Branding online through Article Marketing by Andrew Chow

One of the many challenges to achieve respectable google ranking is in the area of backlinks to your blog. While the idea of having links exchanged is good, the quality of the incoming sites comes into play as far as Google is concerned. If you are someone who is a thought leader or influencer in […]

In Business, No News is Bad News

Many small and medium enterprises do not really understand how to work with the media to generate buzz and publicity. They often have a misconception that the media publicity is exclusive to big companies having huge budget for public relation specialists providing strategic counsel. Media relation is both an art and a science. Knowing your […]

The Social Battle of Mass Media and New Media

The social battle of mass and new media can be explained by these 2 advertisement on 2 different papers on the same day. One is AirAsia announcing that it has amassed 1,000,000 fans on Facebook, while the other is Singapore’s largest publication company – Singapore Press Holdings claiming a readership of 4,000,000 in Singapore, where […]

Social Media and Charity are made for each other

In my VCF-approved training for VWOs/Charity/NPOs, I am often told the biggest obstacle for Volunteer Welfare Organisations (VWOs) is the lack of support/approval from top management. Social Media is utilised in the west for raising awareness, encouraging volunteerism and increasing donation. The best VWO I find which is the fore-runner on the social media applications […]

The Impact of Social Media on Online Dating Portals, Dating Agency Owners and the Singles

The rise of social media and its growing impact have more bearing on businesses which operates on “online connectivity” especially the online dating sites. To avoid a long-drawn discussion, I summarise the different effects on online dating sites, dating agencies and the singles with the following: Online Dating Portal –       Online Dating sites need to […]

SACEOS (Singapore Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers) is on social media – Part 1

SACEOS is on Twitter, had more than 110 followers within 24 hours of its existence! The content for 1st week will be a broad overview of our background, history and committee. The next one month will be tweeting 5 times a day for everyone of our 150 members on board. Upcoming events like Business Missions […]