Social Media Recap

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Social Media Recap

  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA RECAP Journalism 320: Social Journalism Dec 3 2013
  2. 2. You make your own networks Who you follow | like | check in with every day
  3. 3. SOCIAL MEDIA HAS 3 functions REPORTING | ENGAGING | SHARING
  4. 4. REPORTING • Surveillance: (Twitter | RSS | Key sites) • Research: (Search | Niche hubs | YouTube | LinkedIn| ) • Gathering: (Delicious | Stumbleupon | Spundge) • Crowdsourcing: (Andy Carvin: crowdsourced newsroom) • Verifying: (Storyful | Twitter | niche sites)
  5. 5. ENGAGING • You engage to listen and to be heard • Leaving comments and answering comments on Facebook, news sites, other social media • Tweeting, retweeting, tweeting at, twitter lists • Remixing professional and amateur content (Zeega | Storify ) • Covering live, real time events
  6. 6. SHARING • Distributing links to what you produce on the channels where your followers are interested in the subjects you cover. • Posting links to good information, whether you created it or not • Curating and aggregating the best information about a particular subject
  7. 7. LinkedIn • Your online resume, easily found • Simple blogging platform for professionals • Job searching network • Excellent tool for locating sources • Visualize your network on LinkedinLabs|InMaps
  8. 8. Analytics • Wordpress.com doesn’t support Google Analytics • Wordpress.org does provide a Google Analytics plugin • Wordpress.com does provide its own stats info • Good tutorial on Google Analytics
  9. 9. Mobile | Real-time • Foursquare • Geofeedia • Ban.jo • How journalists can use location-based apps as a reporting tool (Poynter)
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