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  • Name- Christy Orgeta Role/Institution- Residence Life Coordinator, Cal Poly Pomona New Professional, First time presenter, first time attendee at WACE From San Diego Values Family, Friendship and Stories
  • Avatar & Twitter handle- @ChristyOrgeta
  • Have group break into pairs and talk for five minutes about their feelings on social media Have groups share out their thoughts
  • We’re going to touch over four sites– Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn and Twitter.
  • Facebook is a social networking service and website launched in February 2004, operated and privately owned by Facebook Inc. As of February 2012, Facebook has more than 845 million active users. Users must register before using the site, after which they may create a personal profile, add other users as friends, and exchange messages.
  • Cal Poly Pomona Athletics is a great example of how to use Facebook to your advantage Post regular updates on scores Stories are often linked back to Cal Poly Pomona Athletics Page
  • YouTube is a video-sharing website, created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005, on which users can upload, view and share videos. Displays a wide variety of user-generated video content, including movie clips, TV clips, and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video blogging and short original videos.
  • Videos created featuring RA’s to publicize Health and Safety inspection Great way to engage students visually
  • LinkedIn is a business-related social networking site. Founded in December 2002 and launched in May 2003,it is mainly used for professional networking. As of 3 November 2011, LinkedIn reports more than 135 million registered users in more than 200 countries and territories The site is available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Romanian, Russian, Turkish, Japanese, Czech and Polish Quantcast reports LinkedIn has 21.4 million monthly unique U.S. visitors and 47.6 million globally. In June 2011, LinkedIn had 33.9 million unique visitors, up 63 percent from a year earlier.
  • Great way to connect with other professionals and students Students are able to see your path and what you’ve done in the past Professionals are able to see your background and gain a greater understanding of who you are, connections are easily created
  • Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters, known as "tweets". It was created in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey and launched that July. The service rapidly gained worldwide popularity, with over 300 million users as of 2011,generating over 300 million tweets and handling over 1.6 billion search queries per day. It has been described as "the SMS of the Internet.
  • Cal Poly ASI updates Twitter constantly Photos, weekly features, fun questions, event updates
  • Today we’re going to go over Twitter basics and talk about how you can start using Twitter here at the conference.
  • - Pull up Reyes’ Twitter Account
  • Signing up is easy to do– just go to Twitter.com and sign up in the right hand corner. After a short verification process, you’re all set.
  • Writing your first tweet is easy– click on “Home” and then in the upper left hand corner, you can “compose a new tweet.”
  • Required Reading-- https://support.twitter.com/articles/119138-types-of-tweets-and-where-they-appear
  • Definition:  Any message with fewer than 140 characters posted to Twitter. (Example above.) Where it appears for the sender:  On the sender's profile page and Tweets timeline. Where it appears for the recipient:  In the Tweets timeline view of anyone who is following the sender. Places it will never appear:  On anyone else's profile page, unless they retweeted the message. Source- https://support.twitter.com/articles/119138-types-of-tweets-and-where-they-appear
  • Definition:  A Tweet containing another user's Twitter username, preceded by the "@" symbol, like this: Hello @NeonGolden! What's up? (Example above.) Where it appears for the sender:  On the sender's profile page of public Tweets. Where it appears for the recipient:  In the recipient's Mentions and Interactions tabs (found under Connect), which is accessible only by them. Additionally, mentions will appear in the recipient's Tweets timeline view (not on their profile) if they are following the sender. Note: Anyone on Twitter who is following the sender of a mention will see the Tweet in their home timeline. Places it will never appear:  On anyone's profile page, unless they wrote the Source- https://support.twitter.com/articles/119138-types-of-tweets-and-where-they-appear
  • Definition:  A Tweet that begins with another user's username and is in reply to one of their Tweets, like this: @NeonGolden I can't believe you thought that movie was cheesy - I loved it! (Example above.) Where it appears for the sender:  On the sender's Profile page. Where it appears for the recipient:  In the recipient's Mentions and Interactions tabs (found under Connect). Like mentions, @replies will also appear in the recipient's Tweets timeline view if they are following the sender. Anyone following the sender and the recipient of an @reply will see it in their Tweets timeline. Places it will never appear:  On anyone's profile page, unless they wrote/sent the message. Source- https://support.twitter.com/articles/119138-types-of-tweets-and-where-they-appear
  • Direct messages: Definition:  A personal message sent directly to someone who follows you or sent directly to you from someone you follow. Where it appears for the sender:  In the sender's Direct messages (accessible by clicking on the person icon). A DM (direct message) will disappear if the recipient deletes it. Where it appears for the recipient:  In the recipient's Direct messages. Will disappear if the sender deletes it. Places it will never appear:  In any public timeline or public search. Source- https://support.twitter.com/articles/119138-types-of-tweets-and-where-they-appear
  • Participating in the conference backchannel is a great way to see what other people are thinking about their conference experience. To start, type in “#wace2012” in the search. Tweets about #wace2012” should pop up! #wace2012 is called a hashtag. A hashtag helps to organize tweets into categories for easier searching - Go to Reyes’ Twitter Account and have the group compose a tweet.
  • WACE SoMe presentation

    1. 1. Back to the Start:Social Media
    2. 2. Agenda• Introduction• Social Media in a Nutshell• Why SoMe?• Twitter 101• Simple Strategies• Q&A
    3. 3. IceBreaker
    4. 4. •Name & Handle •Role & Institution•What are you looking to learn today?
    5. 5. Who is this personstanding up there?
    6. 6. • Christy Orgeta • Go Broncos! • New Professional • San Diegan• Family, Friendship, Stories
    7. 7. @ChristyOrgeta
    8. 8. When I SaySocial Media, You Say…
    9. 9. WhySocial Media?
    10. 10. Social Media Revolution 2012
    11. 11. In a Nutshell
    12. 12. Meet Twitter.
    13. 13. Twitter in Plain English
    14. 14. Let’s do this!
    15. 15. Twitter.com
    16. 16. Normal Tweets
    17. 17. Mentions
    18. 18. @ Replies
    19. 19. Direct Messages
    20. 20. We did it!
    21. 21. Questions?
    22. 22. Contact:cmorgeta@csupomona.edu @christyorgeta Thanks for coming!