Social Media creates emotional connections, which drive influence and change, so it's the perfect medium for launching a movement to improve lives.
Freehold, NJ (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Hopeful Thought Leaders from around the world are getting ready to compete in a series of online challenges to see who will be crowned GhostTweeting.com's "2013 Global Thought Leader."
GhostTweeting.com is a full-service social media management company with expertise in amplifying the messages of Thought Leaders to influence action, grow movements, and create celebrity status.
Applicants will be evaluated by a team of world-class judges: Tory Johnson, Angela Jia Kim, Mike Michalowicz, Fabienne Fredrickson, Nika Stewart, Simon T. Bailey, Ted Rubin, and Melanie Strick. Finalists face off against one another in exciting, online challenges as the social media community votes on their favorite Thought Leader. The grand prize winner receives thousands of dollars of public relations and social media services and professional support to turn their awe-inspiring concepts into reality.
A post on Facebook started the organization of the Egyptian revolution for freedom in 2010. Networked communications make it far easier to spread a message rapidly. Movements that historically would have taken months or years are now often compressed into much shorter time cycles. When used in an effective way, social media can influence change for the greater good of the world - quickly.
"Social Media creates emotional connections, which drive influence and change, so it's the perfect medium for launching a movement to improve lives," says Nika Stewart, CEO of GhostTweeting.com. "We want to discover and launch the next big world-changing mission."
Aspiring Global Leaders can apply here for Change the World: The Search for the Next Global Thought Leader. The application deadline is Friday, April 26, 2013.