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    • CARMEN CHAU Personal Brand Plan
    • GOALS
      • To use social media effectively in order to communicate that I am a budding public relations practitioner, who is more than ready to participate, contribute, create, connect, and engage online and offline.
    • OBJECTIVES
      • To create an established online presence by the end of the school year in August, 2010.
      • To connect with PR professionals and those who are well-versed in social media.
      • To attain a PR career in which social media is integral to it after I graduate from the Humber PR program.
      • To be able to find a niche online.
      • -A place where I am known to be the “go-to” person.
    • SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
      • STRENGTHS
      • I have experience in the PR industry from interning at an agency for 6 months. This demonstrates my ability and willingness to work from the bottom up.
      • I have an insatiable thirst to learn. I taught myself Adobe Photoshop, HTML, and how to make a webpage when I was 16.
      • 3. I have perseverance. This is proved by my recent attempt to overcome the poor sound quality of videos that I made. I downloaded several programs (Audacity, Media Subtitler, ImTOO MPEG Encoder) and learned how to use them all at once.
      • WEAKNESSES
      • I am soft-spoken. I prefer to work behind the scene and away from the spotlight.
      • I am a social media observant more than a participant.
      • I have not been able to find my niche online.
    • SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
      • OPPORTUNITIES
      • The chance of using social media to make a mark for myself, tell the world who I really am, and to eventually find a niche.
      • Networking and volunteer opportunities to force myself to get out there, and to build, refine, and establish my identity.
      • THREATS
      • Not being able to find a relevant and authentic voice when anyone can blog and tweet.
      • Fellow PR students who are also beginning to understand the importance of social media.
    • I AM
      • C APBALE C ONSCIENTIOUS
      • A MIABLE H ARD-WORKING
      • R ESOURCEFUL A MBITIOUS
      • M ODEST U NIQUE
      • E XPERIENCED
      • N EOPHYTE
      • smart | professional | independent | focused | plugged-in
    • KEY MESSAGES
      • I am a beginner in PR and social media. But I believe I can add value
      • based on what I have learned in school and experienced during my internship.
      I am a perpetual student. I strive to learn as much as I can in order to share my knowledge, to keep up with changes, and to make self-improvements. I am a hard-working individual who will go the extra mile to get things done and to give everything that I do with 110% effort. I believe social media is the platform for powerful connections, network learning, and relationships that can enhance offline communications. LETS’ CONNECT!
    • CHANNELS
      • BLOG
      • http:// carmenchau.wordpress.com
      • TWITTER
      • http:// www.twitter.com/carmenchau
      • LINKEDIN
      • http:// ca.linkedin.com/in/carmenchau
      • HUMBER PR
      • http:// humberpr.ning.com/profile/CarmenChau
      • PERSONAL NETWORKS
      • CPRS
      • NETWORKING EVENTS & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
    • STRATEGIES
      • Leverage social media to maximize my online presence.
      • Connect with people online in a way that I can transfer those valuable connections to my life outside of the Internet.
      • 3. Network with PR and social media professionals in order to maximize my offline presence.
    • TACTICS
      • BLOG
      • Start blogging about my life and interests.
      • Offer insights and tips for PR internships.
      • Update my blog at least once a week.
      • Connect with bloggers (links, comments, mentions)
      • NETWORKING EVENTS
      • Attend public relations and social media related events at least once a month (will be captured by pictures, tweets, or blog entries)
      • Ie. CPRS, IABC, TTT
      • VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
      • Volunteer for events (will be captured by pictures, tweets, or blog entries)
      • TWITTER
      • Follow people who inspire me
      • Connect with people on Twitter (measured by # of people I’m following and the # of people following me)
      • Add value by tweeting interesting and relevant information
    • TACTICS
      • MISC.
      • Read more than textbooks and newspapers.
      • Zero in on subjects that interest me as a way of finding a niche.
      • Explore and learn various social media tools (ie. Four Square, Tumblr, etc.)
      • Learn more about social media (books, newsletters, blogs)
      • Learn more about PR practices and industry (books, newsletters, blogs)
      Be more in tune with myself so I can be the best that I can be, and project myself that way through social media.
    • CRITICAL PATH
      • Brainstorm ideas for blog entries
      • Start blogging
      • Promote blog (post on Twitter profile, and Humber PR Ning)
      • Blog weekly
      • Connect with other bloggers (comments that add value)
      • Subscribe to social media & PR related newsletters, blogs
      • Tweet and start having conversations on Twitter
      • Attend networking events
      • Volunteer
      • Learn social media and PR
      • Gain loyal readership for blog
      • Now
      • By March 6th
      • By March 6th
      • March 6th - ongoing
      • March 6th - ongoing
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      • April 30th (end of term)