Twitter chats have become increasingly popular over the last few years. I used to see them occasionally on my feed. Now I see them every night! Their growth makes sense though. Twitter chats create great opportunities to discuss emerging trends, important news and thoughtful questions. Some chats are more light-hearted and fun (#millenialtalk), while others reveal… Continue reading Making the Most of Twitter Chats
I believe in the circle of happiness. What good you put into the world over time navigates back to you. It’s like a cycle that continually feeds itself. As a happy person, you offer positivity to others. Others will appreciate your positivity and engage with you more readily. In turn, these interactions with others can… Continue reading Perpetuating Positivity
As of Friday evening, I’m back home in the United States. I spent the last week traveling around Ireland, from Kilkenny to Galway to Dublin. In that time, I was able to see Kilkenny Castle, St. Nicolas’ Collegiate Church, the Salthill Promenade, Eyre Square, the Molly Malone Statue, Jameson Distillery, Guinness Storehouse, and the James… Continue reading Home Again, Home Again
In a new article from Social Media Today, author Daniel Newman asks whether users should care about their Klout score. Klout will soon be acquired for 100 million dollars by Lithium Technologies. However Newman wonders whether the money is worth it. Yes, Klout has been a hot tool for the past year, but will it… Continue reading Klout- Is It Relevant?
Over the weekend, the Wall Street Journal reached over four million followers on Twitter. They shared their top tips on how to effectively use social media for a business. They are below in bold: 1. Images, images, images 2. Post things that will engage a mobile audience 3. Design posts to be shared, not just… Continue reading Five Social Media Tips From The Wall Street Journal
One of the biggest names in social media, if not the biggest, turns 10 years old today. Happy Birthday, Facebook! Here’s to many more. You were once an idea of founder Mark Zuckerberg’s while he was in a Harvard dorm room. Now you’re a global company that connects people all over the world. The website was… Continue reading Happy Birthday Facebook!
Blogs act as an easy and accessible tool. Blogs exist for all kinds of people, places and things. Interested in a certain food, celebrity or historical event? There’s most likely a blog on it. Most of the time the blogs are free to create too– which makes them an even more valuable asset. That’s why… Continue reading All Things Communications