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About Gina Hernandez

Gina Hernandez is a Executive Director of the Society for New Communications Research and has worked 5+ years in the digital communications field. Prior to joining the Society for New Communications Research, Gina worked at re: Imagine group, where she where she led media and blogger outreach and agency research.

SNCR Weekly Roundup – October 11, 2013

The Atlantic Wire: Everyone Can Search for You on Facebook Now – “A recent change to Facebook’s privacy settings now makes it possible for all users to be found through the site’s search function. Previously, users could specify whether or … Continue reading

SNCR Weekly Roundup – October 4, 2013

Leader Networks: Community and The C-Suite: It isn’t an Oxymoron – “Before considering the C-suite as a target for membership in your community, we recommend that you take a step back and assess how well your community strategy is integrated … Continue reading

SNCR Weekly Roundup – September 27, 2013

Shift Communications: The Future Collaborative PR Firm – “One of the questions that many folks have about Jeremiah Owyang’s new collaborative economy framework is, where exactly do marketers, sales people, and public relations professionals have a place in this customer-driven … Continue reading

SNCR Weekly Roundup – September 20, 2013

Leader Networks: What It Means To Become A Socially Enabled Enterprise (Research Study) – “The Socially Enabled Enterprise study gathered insights from 923 IT and Marketing leaders from 20+ industries and 52 countries in organizations employing 100 employees or more.  … Continue reading

SNCR Weekly Roundup – August 30, 2013

Social Media Today: The Social Shake-Up Conference: Why You Should Go – “What happens when social media marketing, social business and social operations collide?  The Social Shake-Up Conference 2013 in Atlanta on September 15-17th. This is a celebration of how … Continue reading