At the beginning of this course, I was working from my personal Twitter account. I already had a solid following on that account, so I wanted to see how this class might affect the following I already established. However, a few weeks later, I decided to create another account that would be for professional use. […]Read more "Personal Influence Growth: The Professional Versus Personal Twitter Struggle"
#BoycottKeurig began when Keurig tweeted that they would pull their ads from FOX new’s Sean Hannity Show after his questionable coverage on Republican candidate Roy Moore’s allegations of a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl. I will never, ever, ever, never, ever, ever #BoycottKeurig. Did I say that enough times? It's a staple in our […]Read more "#BoycottKeurig"
Background For the Viral Content Challenge, I decided to create this meme of my friend in hopes that it would be relatable to college-aged, young people and, as a result, go viral. Objective After posting my meme on both Imgur and Twitter, I did have to make slight adjustments to my original objectives due […]Read more "Viral Content Challenge: Can We Get Chipotle to go Viral Again?"
In this quick and simple video, you will learn how to make easy sweet potato slices in just 30 minutes! It can be a side dish to any meal and is especially convenient for college students or working adults with little time to spare.Read more "Sweet Potato Slices? Easy?"
On the surface, it appears that social media has found a way to connect the world in a way unlike ever before. Individuals that live in different countries are able to communicate with the click of a button and can be updated in real-time on the lives of their peers. An argument could definitely be […]Read more "So Social Media is Making Us Closer? Really?"