Objective The objective of this campaign was to go viral. Gaining 100 views on Imgur was the minimum goal, but 300 views was the ideal goal. Background I came across a four-second video of my younger brother screaming “this house is a prison” from a couple of months ago and thought it encapsulated the feeling […]Read more "Viral Challenge: Campaign Analysis"
The meme: Background on the Frankenstein meme: The meme derives from a format from 2019 and it is a parody of Frankenstein. Frankenstein wakes up he says “Listen man you gotta stack up on toilet paper” and the Doctor responds saying, “Oh fuck I forgot to give you a brain.” This is a joke about […]Read more "Results of the Frankenstein meme"
Background The Brady Bunch is a very well-known show and the photo of the cast in the square boxes is an iconic image that I believe many people will instantly recognize. I added the text “Online classes be like” because of the nature of the current situation with most colleges transferring to online learning via […]Read more "“Online Classes Be Like Meme” Campaign Analysis"
Objective My meme reaches at least 100 views on Imgur. Background My meme was inspired by two memes that I put together. One meme being the “white people” meme: a blanket generalization statement about silly things white people do. The other the “absolutely/literally no one” meme: this idea that even without a trigger a person […]Read more "How People Actually React To Memes"
Currently, all universities are meeting virtually for class times, since we are unable to meet in person. Both students and professors are adjusting to this new “normal” of video chatting through platforms like Zoom and Blackboard Connect. When classes first went online, there were many humorous memes created around this idea of “Zoom university”. The […]Read more "Patrick Star’s Meme Performance"
Walking into class the first day I said in my mind that my goal for the semester was to feel more comfortable using social media. I was new to Twitter and not really an avid user on Instagram either prior to taking this class. This semester, I grew in many different ways in the social […]Read more "Influencer Growth and Analysis"
Influence At the start of this course, I made a brand new Twitter to test out different techniques, which means I started from 0 followers. Over the course of this class, I slowly started gaining more followers monthly. When I started this class in January, I gained 14 followers, but I can’t say the percentage […]Read more "Influencer Growth and Analysis"
Overview of Tweeting At the start of NHsmc I had 217 followers on Twitter. Now, I have 235 followers, a 8.3% growth over a roughly three and a half month period. I gained 12 of these 17 new followers in January and February, during the time in which I did the most posting using the […]Read more "Tweeting to Engage—What Worked and Didn’t Work Tweeting with #NHsmc"
I started this course with 707 followers on Twitter. As of April 26, I have 790 followers. That’s 83 new “friends” — pretty neat, I think. Thanks, Prof. Grygiel, for helping me realize that the underscore in my original handle was clunky (haleyannn_). Changing my handle is one of the many techniques I utilized to […]Read more "Ebb and grow: Twitter influence analysis"
At the beginning of the semester, I started with 360 followers. I was never one to post on my social media accounts a lot, so I guess I would be considered a lurker; lurking in the shadows seeing what others are saying and engaging occasionally. Once I started taking this class, I started to view […]Read more "Zachara’s Twitter Influence Growth and Analysis"