The China Speakers Bureau has this week opened its newly designed website for business. The transfer is still in business and since
websites are never ready, you will see new improvements in the weeks to come.
The website now operates fully under WordPress and – apart from a highly improved layout – managing the website has become so much easier. We have already introduce a whole set of tools to make better use of the advantages of social media. We will have regularly changing video’s of our speakers, a box showing their latest activities on Twitter and improved tools to pass on their news, comment or give other feedback.
By using clouds for both topics and speakers, the site automatically indicates the more popular subjects on the site and the speakers who attract most attention. A special book section shows the latest books published by our speakers.
Setting up campaigns will be easier and expect announcements on a special section looking at the US-China relations in anticipation of the upcoming presidential elections in the United States. We expect that China will be on the political agenda in the US for the year to come and some of our speakers are already preparing activities, like launching books, as the political steam is building up momentum. A first look you can have at our #elections2010 category.
Missing anything? Do let us know.
- China’s government still controls economy – Victor Shih (chinaherald.net)
- Why Weibo is cuter than Twitter – Tricia Wang (chinaherald.net)
- Most-sought speakers in April 2011 (chinaherald.net)