Offline for Easter

I’ll be at a four-day silent mindfulness meditation retreat at a Buddhist monastery on Lantau Island, Hong Kong, from April 18 to 21. I’ll have no Internet, phone or computer access while I’m there.

Spotlight on Marketing - Kay's blog

Visit my blog, Spotlight on Marketing, the place for us to share thoughts, opinions, questions and answers about marketing (especially marketing with integrity, from the heart). 

Tweet me good

I'm on Twitter. Follow me or send me a tweet at http://twitter.com/kayross


Kay's podcasts

Do you want to know how to get media coverage? Listen to my series of FREE audio interviews with three Hong Kong journalists, who share their insiders' tips. More >

"I've always been told: 'Find people who can help you in the areas you are the weakest in.' Kay has been a huge help for me by taking text that I've written for a web site and editing it so that it comes across much more professionally than if I'd written it myself."
Kimberly Whiley, Tamco Trade Services

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Contact Kay

Kay Ross
2E Tung Shing Terrace
39 Bridges Street
Central
Hong Kong SAR
China

Tel (landline): (852) 2858 1231

Mobile: (852) 9773 3751

Email: kayross@hkstar.com

Website: You're on it right now!

Twitter: http://twitter.com/kayross - and here's a blog post that explains how I decide whether or not to follow someone back on twitter: "Convince Me With Your Twitter Bio. Please!"

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kay.ross - I choose to use Facebook to connect only with people I know and like in real life.

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/kayross

Skype: kayrosshongkong

Note: (852) is Hong Kong's country code - we don't have area codes.

Oh, and we don't have Zip codes either (if you don't live in North America, don't you just hate websites that demand your Zip code?!).

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Sharing tips at the "Making the Most of the Media" seminar
September 18, 2006



Me in my "tweet me good" t-shirt




I come up with
bright marketing ideas
July 2010
Photo by Kenneth Lim