Promoting Scholarship: Social Media & Speaking Engagements

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  • This post led to a book proposal that was accept a few weeks later and was sent to the publisher last week. It is already in the
    catalog for 2014. The marketing department has a significant interest in social media and online content. Contract includes a website & social media accounts.
  • Use of discussion function for blog posts & joining groups.
  • Top paper: More than 700 views largely thanks to SEO & tagging.
  • Responded to a Twitter question
    Reporter’s email through UCF
    Published on NRP’s blog
    Blog post was on Twitter
    Questioned journalists
  • Responded to a Twitter question & reporter’s email through UCF; Aired on the radio & published on NRP’s blog & Bblog post was on Twitter.
    Led to an invitation to speak at the 100 anniversary of the Daytona Beach Junior League
  • Boards based on personal and professional interests.
  • The Google Drive function allows for sharing big files.
  • Slide Share & YouTube
  • My Clio columns & You Tune tutorials
  • Promoting Scholarship: Social Media & Speaking Engagements

    1. 1. Kimberly Wilmot Voss, PhD Associate Professor Area Coordinator of Journalism University of Central Florida PROMOTING SCHOLARSHIP: SOCIAL MEDIA & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS PRESENTEDAT 2014AEJMC CONFERENCE, MONTREAL
    2. 2. JMCQ & Poynter
    3. 3. 2014 Excellence in Journalism Talk
    4. 4. My Social Media Friend: Laura Fowler SIUE
    5. 5. The Food Section Book
    6. 6. Mad Men & Working Women
    7. 7. My Blog: 200,000+ Page View
    8. 8. Linkedin
    9. 9. Academia.edu
    10. 10. Sharing Scholarship
    11. 11. Becoming an Expert
    12. 12. Becoming an Expert
    13. 13. Guest Blogging & Symposium
    14. 14. NYC Food + Tech Talk
    15. 15. Social Media for Book Press
    16. 16. Pinterest & Book Board
    17. 17. Facebook & Book
    18. 18. Twitter Shout Out
    19. 19. Book & Lecture Tweets
    20. 20. SM Promo of Book Talk
    21. 21. Slide Share
    22. 22. How to Get Started

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