Call Her Daddy, a popular podcast exploring young dating culture and the wild sexual escapades of its hosts Alexandra Cooper and Sofia Franklyn, has blown up on social media, but not for its typical spicy dating advice. Since April there has been a feud between Barstool Sports, specifically its founder Dave Portnoy, and the show’s co-hosts. […]Read more "Call Her Daddy…Or Don’t (Blog Post 3)"
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"
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"
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"
Part 1 At the beginning of this course, I had 326 Twitter followers. By the conclusion of the course, I had 337. This gave me a percentage of growth of about 3.37 %. What worked for me following those 11 people was when I tweeted about Syracuse related topics. I gained a couple followers that […]Read more "COM 427’s Influence on My Social Media"
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"
Followers: Beginning of semester: 97 followers End of semester: 113 followers 14.15% growth Total impressions this semester: 198,599 What worked for me? Most of my top tweets this semester were funny responses to celebrities, but I didn’t include the class hashtag on any of them. On the homework assignment posts, my most popular ones […]Read more "Justin Glowacki Twitter 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"
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the United States would withhold funding to the World Health Organization pending an investigation of WHO’s coronavirus response. Trump has been critical of WHO since the beginning of the novel coronavirus pandemic, claiming the global agency has had a “China-centric” approach to preventing the virus from spreading. The United […]Read more "WHO, what, when, where? How Trump’s rhetoric drives Twitter discourse about the World Health Organization"
By: Caitlin Johnston On April 9, #OneDirection2020 started trending on Twitter because Liam Payne (a member of the band currently on hiatus) held an interview promoting his new single. In the interview, he discussed talking with the other members of the One Direction band. This only led to hopes and dreams of a One Direction […]Read more "#OneDirection2020: All smoke, no fire."