Is social media bringing us together or tearing us apart? The answer to this question is not black and white. There are many grey areas however, after reading Zuckerbeg’s speech from the Facebook Community Summit I agree with him that yes, social media is indeed brining the world closer together. It is only fair to address both […]Read more "Social Media: Bringing us together or tearing us apart?"
Part 1: Influence For this journey in Social Media, I really set out to find how to really garner the RIGHT type of attention on social media and create good content along the way. In doing this, I sought the help of professor Grygiel and her social media class to figure this out and also […]Read more "Was I Popping on Social Media?"
Social media always presented itself as a question mark to me. I never knew how big the platforms actually were until I moved to States and I have been on Twitter and Facebook for about ten years and until then I thought I could say wherever I wanted and use it as a personal diary. […]Read more "Influencer: Growth & Analysis"
I started my Twitter handle in March 2015 as a requirement for a public relations class. I wasn’t interested in Twitter at all, and so it came that I barely used it. I would rather spend my time on Instagram or Facebook. That changed by taking the class “Social Media for Communicators” where I finally […]Read more "How I Grew My Personal Influence On Twitter"
Between Aug. 28 and Nov. 29 this year, my Twitter follower grew by 63 (12.3 percent) from 513 to 576. My Klout score slightly went up from 44.72 to 46.99. During that period, I’ve gained numerous followers who are reporters and designers at The Daily Orange where I work as a copy chief. Several Daily […]Read more "Personal Influence Growth Analysis"
Over the course of the semester I nearly doubled my followers on twitter (from 23 to 45), made the leap to link my twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and became less afraid of the general act of tweeting. In both this class and my magazine editing class, tweeting was a required part of the curriculum for […]Read more "The MVT: Most Valuable Tweets"
From the beginning to the end of this course, I saw both my professional Twitter community and my casual Twitter’s followings increase. My initial benchmark for my photography page on Twitter was 3,582 followers. That grew at a pretty sluggish 0.2% rate to 3,589 followers. As for my casual Twitter page, which I used to […]Read more "From Beginning to End – My Semester Social Media Journey"
Most of my top 10 social media posts will come from Twitter, seeing that (A) it’s the platform we used the most this semester and (B) my Instagram game wasn’t as strong considering I was rather new to the platform (it also doesn’t help that I don’t really like Instagram). Of note: I changed Twitter’s […]Read more "My #Top10 of the semester"
Social Media Influence During the majority of my time as a student in the Newhouse social media course, my follower count on Twitter expanded by 15.4 percent. I began the class on Aug. 28, when I had 240 Twitter followers, and rounded out the class on Nov. 29 with 277 followers, gaining a total of […]Read more "Growing Within the Social Media Community"
When I initially signed up for Twitter I was unaware of the ways I could make an impact using the platform. Com 427 has taught me how to utilize all Twitter has to offer in terms of their analytics tools, the ability to have paid advertising and the promotion of anything you choose to support […]Read more "All my Twitter Highlights"