Herman Chan joins today's #BareItAll chat at 2PM EST.

San Francisco real estate & design personality will be discussing wooing customers and followers on Valentine's Eve. Photo: Herman Chan

SAN FRANCISCO, February 13, 2013 — Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Today is business time. If you have ever listened to Flight of The Conchords you’ll know that reference. This week we’ll be talking about perfecting your pitch/message, why the Harlem Shake is still funny and how every brand should copy Oreo’s social strategy for large events. 

THE GUEST

Herman Chan 

THE QUESTIONS

Q1. Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Give us your best client pickup line (elevator speech)?  

Q2. Oreo owned the Super Bowl with a low-budget photo. How best can people/brands capitalize on conversation during large events?

Q3. What is your best advice on being clever with your message?   

Q4. What’s your favorite Harlem Shake video? 

Q5. Name one thing in pop culture you would give up for lent.

Q6. How big is too big? LG Unveiled a 5.5 inch phone. 

THE HASHTAG

#BareItAll

Jeff Barrett is a recognized leader in public relations, experiential marketing and social media. CEO of Status Creative, 2012 PRNewswire Award Winner for “Best Use of Video In Social Media” and once stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.  


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Jeff Barrett is an experienced columnist and business leader. He has been named Business Insider’s #1 Ad Executive on Twitter, a Forbes Top 50 Influencer In Social Media and has previously written for Mashable and The Detroit Free Press. 

 

 

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