There are millions of social media how-to’s around the Internet. In fact, I’ve contributed to the clutter surrounding social media. I love social media. It’s one of my passions, if that’s something you can be passionate about. Maybe just digital media in general. Regardless: I love social media. I’m interested in learning more about it.
Social media has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. From making a MySpace and Facebook on the same day some time in seventh or eighth grade without my mom’s permission (boy was she mad) to being called “the Twitter guru” by my peers and superiors, social media has become
The holiday season is upon us. Christmas is tomorrow, family is in town, food is bottomless… it’s the best time of the year. Crises happen, though. Client work doesn’t end just because the year is reaching its final days. Holiday shopping takes a toll on us. Advertisers are targeting online shoppers more than ever. Social
I spent five days in Atlanta with a bunch of college kids. Before you start thinking something crazy, I’ll stop you. It was for the Public Relations Student Society of America National Conference, from Nov. 6-10, and it was a weekend full of learning, laughter and lots and lots of food. I also live-tweeted sessions
“Chopped”–where the race against time and the pressure of impressing judges join forces. Chefs on the Food Network show are constantly performing under seemingly impossible constraints, from having very limited time, to being in unfamiliar kitchens, to having cameras watching their every move. Sound familiar? If you’re a public relations professional, “Chopped” might not be much different from your
I’m a frequent Twitter user. I’d say that I might even use Twitter more than the average person does because I manage three organizations’ Twitter accounts on top of my personal account. That doesn’t make me an expert on brand interaction or social media in general, but I’d say that I’ve had a good amount
If you’ve been monitoring any trends on Twitter for the last several days, Meek Mill and Drake’s names have likely been on the list too. Why? A Twitter fight. More than 236 million active users on Twitter follow along with these trends, and a lot of them saw those tweets. Although brands are less likely to