Like something? Then hit like! Don't like it? Then either scroll past it or click to hide it, or even report it as spam or as being threatening.
A continuing primer on Community Management. This post focuses on spammers and forum trolls.
Happy Holidays, Social Media Style Happy Holidays! Oh, I do so wish I had written this. It […]
Google+ Tips to Quickly Boost Results Tips to Quickly Boost Results. Rebekah Radice of Canva offers some […]
Wattpad gets into the Digital Publishing Game GoodEReader reports in 2014 that Wattpad, the giant free stories […]
Ratings and Recommender Systems Unlike the offline world, the Internet is chock full of ratings and recommender […]
Should Journalism Be Data Driven? For my final project for Quinnipiac University’s Social Media Analytics class, I […]
Companies to Pay $1M for Facebook Video Ads Facebook Video Ads. According to Boston.com,  companies interested in […]
As media (print, television, Internet, etc.) all becomes deliverable on one piece of hardware (generally a smartphone or an iPad), and one is advertised or copied or shared on another, should our metrics and means of measuring reach, etc. on these platforms also diverge? And what does that mean for the future of measurement?
Quinnipiac Assignment #15 – Reflections about ICM 522 With the end of my first Social Media class […]
Categories