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I am a sophomore Sports Communications/Marketing student at Shepherd University in West Virginia. As of October 2012, I was brought in to be the Director of Media and Public Relations at Beyond Sports Network. Also, while at school I am the Sports Editor for the local paper.
Great post. It's a cool idea in that you made a glossary of social media. Also, the tips you provide are spot on and I am already starting to try to incorporate them into my own work. Thanks for the post and I will definitley be sharing it.
Awesome post! Being a college student looking to get into the workforce myself, I found this extra helpful (as I'm sure many of my classmates will!). Thanks for the great tips.
Excellent article. I have been reading a few different points of view on the Instagram debacle and this one is certainly the most convincing. One thing I have found through reading numerous articles is that Facebook seems to be the root-of-all-evil in this case. At any rate, this definitley made me think about whether or not I want to keep my Instagram account.
Interesing, and dead on, point of view. Twitter is becoming a bigger and bigger part of society everyday. "If it wasn't tweeted, it didn't happen." Possibly my favorite line from this piece simply for how true it is!