Museum's Weibo Page Promotes Upcoming Women's PR History event

Here is today's post on the Museum's Weibo page (pronounced "Way Bo"). Weibo--which means "micro-blog"-- is one of the biggest social media platforms in China, with 500 million registered users, most of whom view it on a mobile device. The platform feels and acts very much like a marriage between Twitter and Facebook (both of which are blocked in China.)

Below is a screen shot of a post today from the Museum of Public Relations page, promoting our upcoming Women's PR History event, March 9. The event will be held at 175 Lafayette St., NYC. RSVP: prmuseum.org

We welcome students to send posts for consideration (send to: info@prmuseum.org)

If you'd like to learn more about Weibo: http://www.whatsonweibo.com/sinaweibo/

Special thanks to Flora Fan for setting up our Weibo account, and to Diana Li for carrying it on into the future! Vist: http://weibo.com/prmuseum?is_hot=1