Social Media Writing Portfolio - JOU 3370 - Spring 2014

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My social media writing portfolio for my Social Media for Magazine Writing (JOU 3370) class at UCF.

Carrie Chau

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Social Media Writing Portfolio - JOU 3370 - Spring 2014

  1. 1. Social Media Writing Portfolio JOU 3370 Spring 2014 Carrie Chau April 24, 2014
  2. 2. My Work Personality Profile Events Story UCF Food Story UCF Data Story
  3. 3. I chose to house my writing content for this class on a blog site, WordPress, because I plan on building it as my portfolio throughout my career. I like the customizability of WordPress and wanted experience using the functions and layout of the site. It’s also easy to share all my content just my providing the link, and the site has social media sharing buttons as well as comment boxes for feedback. I also integrated my Twitter feed to cross-promote my social media sites. http://carriec92.wordpress.com/
  4. 4. Events Article Page - http://carriec92.wordpress.com/jou-3370- events-article/
  5. 5. Curation UCF Cheerleading
  6. 6. UCF Cheer Places Second - Storify https://storify.com/CarrieC92/ucf- cheerleaders-place-second-in- national-champion
  7. 7. Social Media Engagement
  8. 8. Twitter https://twitter.com/CarrieChau On Twitter, I used the hashtag #JOU3370 to highlight my work for this course #JOU3370
  9. 9. https://twitter.com/VolunteerUCF
  10. 10. https://twitter.com/vucf_arts
  11. 11. Interaction based on the promotion of my events story via Twitter
  12. 12. LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/carriechau/
  13. 13. Building Community Coulee Parenting Magazine Project
  14. 14. For our Coulee Parenting Magazine social media plan, I focused on building local community involvement via Twitter. On Twitter, I suggested #FamilyFunFridays, where parents could share photos of their family participating in an activity that can be found on Coulee Parenting Connection’s Family Fun Calendar. I also suggested #ParentChat, a weekly one hour chat curated by Coulee Parenting, where parents can respond to questions posed by Coulee’s Twitter account in an interactive chat environment. A mock-up of the Twitter page
  15. 15. Sample Twitter posts from the Coulee Parenting handle
  16. 16. Visual Elements Pinterest
  17. 17. Writing Short
  18. 18. Twitter

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