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Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
Crossplatform Content week 2
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Crossplatform Content week 2

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Second week of the Crossplatform Journalism course offered by Napier University

Second week of the Crossplatform Journalism course offered by Napier University

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  • 1. Crossplatform Journalism Week Two
  • 2. Basics in place• Main accounts set up• But social media can be a timesink• How best to use time online and get best results?• A little planning at the start can go a long way...
  • 3. Editorial calendars
  • 4. Using Excel for editorial calendar
  • 5. Plugin
  • 6. Twitter
  • 7. Twitter/Hootsuite
  • 8. Basic
  • 9. RSS• RSS allows you to follow websites and see when they have been updated - without going to the website.• You need an app called a RSS reader.• The most popular is Google Reader though many use this as a starting point and then get a second app like NetNewsWire
  • 10. RSS
  • 11. RSS
  • 12. Google tools...
  • 13. Google tools
  • 14. Google tools
  • 15. Google tools
  • 16. Google tools
  • 17. Google tools
  • 18. If this then... what?
  • 19. If this then that
  • 20. Targets for next week • Find three uses of IFTTT • Create a personalised editorial calendar • Set up Hootsuite or Tweetdeck • Create any relevant lists • Find three hashtags relevant to you • Set up RSS and any Google Alerts you want • Explore Google trends and Twitter trending

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