Dear readers, followers, friends, opponents, French reading English and English speaking world 😉
Well, I just had a great feedback from Social Media Today as I’m their blogger of the week. It’s a great thing for me as this community is one of the most important and respectful to my eyes of PR and new media professional.
So what’s the link between my change & this? Well, I started blogging in French on a personal blog called “Citizen L. aka Laurent François“. More than an aka, it’s truly a way to focus on a specific way to talk about social web, in a wider extent. What’s I’ve done on Social media (re)loaded was a kind of first step in the English conversation. Now I feel more confident, more trustful. I met great online contributors and I know that I have to further my blog experience, as I do with my French friends. Citizen L. is a kind of brand, my own brand. As sociologists try to stick to a specific school, I want to stick to my editorial baseline.
This is why this blog is now called “Citizen L. on social web”: a way to focus on my feelings & opinions about the social web we’re shaping every day. And a way to write even more freely, as I do in French, to express my views…and engage comments, participations etc.
Thanks for the trust you give me, in subscribing to my feeds or adding me on social networks.
I now have to give more change.
Welcome Citizen L. on social web
“le roi est mort, vive le roi”.