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"
Throughout the semester we were asked to post on various social media platforms and try to grow our social media influence. We were also asked to specifically benchmark our growth on Twitter by taking note of how many followers we started with and then ended with during this course. To start the semester off I […]Read more "Social Media Influence and Growth Analysis"
Influence At the beginning of the semester (January 13th), I started off with 6 followers and by the end of the semester (April), I have 44 followers. Therefore, my percentage of growth was 633%. When looking at my growth per month, I noticed that the more I tweeted, the more impressions and profile visits I […]Read more "Influence Growth & Analysis"
By: Caitlin Johnston Part 1: Influence Beginning Twitter followers: 335 Ending Twitter followers: 349 Percentage of growth: 4.2% While my percentage of growth was relatively low, I was never really active or strategic with my Twitter before this class. I didn’t (and still kind of don’t) like using Twitter. Through the work we did in […]Read more "Influence Growth & Analysis"
Influence When I first started this course my plan was to create a new Twitter account to keep my personal and professional life separate. I quickly found out that I wanted my professional brand to have my personal flair and stuck with my old account I made in June 2011 (yes I was under the allow […]Read more "A Closer Look Into Social Media: Influence and Growth Analysis"
After canceling the rest of their season about a month ago due to the coronavirus pandemic, the XFL has now suspended their operations this morning and laid off nearly all of its staff. The league also currently has no plans to return for the 2021 season. This became a trending topic on Twitter if the […]Read more "Saying Goodbye to the XFL Thanks to COVID-19"
Quibi, a new mobile, video platform, was made downloadable on April 6th. When searching “#Quibi” on Twitter, there have been many opinions that make you consider whether or not to download the app. Positives aspects: The vertical to horizontal shifts on #Quibi are incredible. Wow. That’s a game changer. pic.twitter.com/8wYO6uXH4n — Kevin McCarthy (@KevinMcCarthyTV) […]Read more "Should I Download #Quibi ?"
President Trump let his finger slip while retweeting a call to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci. Anti-vaccine activists didn’t waste any time gaining #FireFauci the #1 trending spot on Twitter. The argument circles Fauci’s support of vaccinations and Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, a controversial scientist pushing claims that a vitamin regime can prevent and treat the coronavirus. […]Read more "Which Doctors Sparked a Twitter Feud?"
Objective The main objective was to reach at least 300 views on Imagur. Meme Inspiration In the midst of social distancing, there have been plenty of memes on social media regarding everyone’s experiences, especially boredom, after the first few days of not leaving home. I created this meme because it showed how I felt […]Read more "Spongebob Meme Campaign Analysis"