Over the last semester, I created a new Twitter account. While following the instructions of Professor Grygiel, I saw just how impactful social media can be– and while I didn’t become an influencer, I certainly learned a lot along the way. My Influence At the beginning of the course, I started with exactly zero followers. […]Read more "Influence and Growth Analysis"
With the Grammy Awards coming up in January, the nomination list was released this week. Using the hashtag #GRAMMYs on Twitter, everyone seems to be talking about their favorite artists, or their not-so-favorite nominees. The biggest people being talked about seemed to be Lizzo, Taylor Swift, Lil NasX, and BTS. One of the issues that […]Read more "Did Your Favorite Artist Get Nominated for a Grammy?"
Objectives For my viral meme campaign, I wanted to reference something that would be relatable to college students and young adults who might be using Imgur and other social media platforms to find memes and laugh. There’s nothing more relatable than when you give a presentation in front of your class, didn’t exactly take the […]Read more "Viral Content Challenge"
For my first video explainer, I wanted to explain how Warby Parker’s try on at home service works! A lot of trending topics lately have been about fashion and the new services brands provide. This is a really convenient one that I’ve used this week!Read more "Are the Days of In-Store Try On Behind Us?"
As individuals become more able to contribute to social media, internet hoaxes have become more easily spreadable. I’m sure people have different reasonings for starting internet hoaxes. Some may start them experimentally—just how far can one rumor spread? They might want to test the boundaries of social media and see if they can create a […]Read more "Internet Hoaxes: Vicious or Harmless?"