Social media for Beginners 2014

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Introduction to Social Media. Digital citizenship, privacy and branding is discussed. LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram are compared.

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  • Another way to have control over online presents is by paying attention to location setting. Can we see where you have been?
    You should disable the location setting. Instagram and Twitter it is in the edit profile. Linkedin just give city.
  • Read about others, check different places FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, About me, blogs
    See if they say who they are is really who they are.
  • Once something goes online, you have very little chance of deleting it. It could remain out there in a few different ways:
    1. Copied Once they have their own copy, even if you delete the original version, it may still be accessible to others2. forwarded 3. Posted elsewhere
  • Owning your own identity ….google yourself what comes up
    Reputation management
  • Participation is key
  • Starting with LinkedIn
  • Start with asking you questions Filling in Profile almost like building a resume
    Different sections: Background Summary or Purpose Statement

    Make sure you find a picture
  • Writing section and connections section
  • Privacy who can see what
    Transparency
  • Helpful searches, post a job, saved section, recommended positions
  • Interests
    You can follow companies
    Groups, pulse, education
  • Home stream or feed. Depending on which social media you are on it is referred as something different but it means the same thing. Where content is being pushed TO YOU! And you can PUSH content to others
  • Sign up page
  • LinkedIn sign in
  • New social and civic reality: Networked individuals – the move from tight groups to loose networks
    Influence on business
  • The navigation bar at the top can get you to your content
    Click on my name to get my content
    Suggested people or businesses to follow (based on your following)
  • Mentions anyone who used the @ symbol with my username will come up as a stream
  • Discover
  • Suggested accounts by topic
  • What is a tweet?
    Short message 140 characters
    Most contain a link to the main content- most links are always shortened using a URL service like bitly. They take a long web address and shorten it to as few characters as possible
    They can be private or public
  • Public by default
  • What it is: #symbol + word or phrase can be added to end of a tweet (1 or 2 at most)
    it makes it easier to follow for topic …a way to organize group conversations
    What can you use it for (purpose)–if you want to see what other people outside of your friends are saying about a subject
    How to use them- All you have to do is click on the hashtag and you’ll be taken to a search listing that shows the most recent postings that include that tag (clickable)
    Found on other social media platforms
  • Personal networks are: increasing becoming more important (awareness and trust) and differently composed (layers) Pinterest hobbies LinkedIn for professional interests and Instagram for documentation see me as whole person
  • Google self, read
  • Content is yours or give credit
    Places like Flickr Creative Commons allows you to use others works as long as you give them credit.
  • Social media for Beginners 2014

    1. 1. Social Media for Beginners HVCC 2014 Social Media 2014 HVCC https://flic.kr/p/egJ8WA
    2. 2. How does that make you feel? https://flic.kr/p/4Enhme
    3. 3. BrandingSocial MediaSafety
    4. 4. Safety & Privacy https://flic.kr/p/i56F4f
    5. 5. MEET BUFFY. HE’S THE 17 YEAR OLD HIGH SCHOOL CHEER- LEADER YOU’VE BEEN “CHATTING” WITH ON THE WEB
    6. 6. https://flic.kr/p/aeQzh9 Building Safe Communities
    7. 7. Key Steps To Take
    8. 8. Privacy Settings
    9. 9. For Private Conversations
    10. 10. Location/Visibility https://flic.kr/p/kFVFEo
    11. 11. Safe Searching
    12. 12. Think before posting
    13. 13. Your Name
    14. 14. Social Media https://flic.kr/p/aFy3bt
    15. 15. https://flic.kr/p/6wDnyx
    16. 16. Getting Started
    17. 17. Connections Keep in Touch Add Connections Find Alumni
    18. 18. Networked Individuals are moving from Tight groups to loose networks http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/05/09/networked-the-new-social-operating-system-in-civic-life/
    19. 19. http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/05/09/networked-the-new-social-operating-system-in-civic-life/
    20. 20. How Twitter works http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7278/7126147125_fdc4643ed9_z.jpg
    21. 21. Link Name Username
    22. 22. Twitter Public Tweets Protected Tweets Tweets
    23. 23. Hashtags #
    24. 24. Photo sharing Site
    25. 25. My Feed
    26. 26. Branding https://flic.kr/p/4xJbdd
    27. 27. Be Aware How Others See You
    28. 28. Tools • Web Monitoring -Google yourself, Google trends • Twitter Monitoring- Tweetbeep, Tweetscan, Twitter Search • Blog Monitoring- BlogPulse, Google Blog search • Followers monitoring- friend and follow
    29. 29. Reminders • Be Positive • Only Post What You Would Say Face to Face Use your Image Share https://flic.kr/p/7YVszp
    30. 30. Start following and sharing with others tp://farm6.staticflickr.com/5177/5457870517_6758ffccca_z.jpg
    31. 31. Thank You! cgermano24@gmail.com @cjgermano cgermano24

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