Over the course of this semester, my Twitter followers have grown fairly substantially, as my Klout score has also increased. Taking a deeper look into the numbers reveals the source of my growth on Twitter stems from my enrollment in NHsmc, as well as my time as a writer for SBNation’s San Jose Sharks blog, […]Read more "Benchmarking My Twitter Growth"
In real estate, it’s all about “location, location, location.” On social media, it’s “engagement, engagement, engagement.” After a semester of tweeting using the class hashtag, “#NHSmc,” it’s clear that the best way to solicit engagement is through the use of some form of additional media. Whether it’s using links, hashtags, photos, or polls, including media […]Read more "#MWTop10: My Top 10 Tweets From The Semester"
This Thanksgiving, the Green Bay Packers retired former quarterback Brett Favre’s famed #4. Favre tumultuous end to his career where he retired, un-retired, retired again, un-retired to play for the Packers’ division rival, and then finally retired again. So, there was some question as to how Favre would be received in his return to Green Bay. […]Read more "Conversation Analysis: #TH4NKSGIVING"
In 1949, Joseph Campbell published The Hero With A Thousand Faces. In the book, Campbell tracked the mythology of a variety of civilizations, and noted common threads in the storytelling of each. In civilizations across the world, that had no contact with each other, their mythologies were characterized by a 12 step process known as “the Hero’s […]Read more "Sports Journalism and the Hero’s Journey"