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Is it Personal, or is it “Big Data Analytics?”

By: Mckenzie Hargens (@kenziehargenss),  Karalyn Arnett (@KarArnett) and Evan Tanaka (@evan_saysit) As they sat down for class on Monday February 6th, strategic social media students braced themselves for the assumed impending doom that was big data and analytics. However, as guest speaker Heather Shoenberger began to detail just what we should expect when hear the words “big data,” the gloom and…read more
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How didn’t they think that through?

By Emily Hamann  @emhamann93 and Julia Hofmann @Juliahofmann9   Class on Wednesday February 1st was an exciting and engaging class about ethics, responsibility, and major fails. We began by discussing the basics of ethics and discovered how our values and beliefs affect our decision-making, and then explored real life ethical dilemmas. These dilemmas brought up topics of disclosure, or revealing…read more
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Show your Social Media Muscle

Show your Social Media Muscle Abby Bramble @A_bramble, Mark Kellman @MarkKellman and Jenny Kinsman @JennyKinsman A Recap of the #SOJCssm Twitter Conversation 1/29-1/30 It’s true, possessing a British accent instantly makes you about 20 percent smarter than the average person. Damian Radcliffe (@damianradcliffe) has a British accent, but most people would consider him smarter and more engaging than most, even…read more
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How a Mrs. DoubtFirestorm Showed us the Dark Side of Social Media

By Brooke Halvorsen @bhalvz, Nick Hudson @aussie_duck, Jeff Lockie @Yuddaman A Recap of the #SOJCssm Twitter Conversation 1/24/17 - 1/25/17 A Final Thought on Online Firestorms Social media requires a heightened level of social responsibility and awareness. Unfortunately, for too many Twitter users, this lesson has been learned all too late as they find themselves  in an “online firestorm”. Think…read more
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Life in the Second Life

A recap of the #SOJCssm Twitter conversation 1/22/17-1/23/17 By Amanda Lam (@amandaaalam), Desiree Dahlson (@desireedahlson)and McKenzie Edgar (@McKenzieEdgar23) This week must’ve been an extra special one because it was our first Monday lecture of the term and we also had the privilege of hearing Donna Davis (@dzdavis) speak about virtual worlds and Second Life. Donna is the director of the strategic…read more
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Gatekeepers and Gratification

A recap of the #SOJCssm Twitter conversation 1/17/17-1/18/17 By Chandler Baker @bakechan21, Katy Edgington @KatyEdgington and Sarah Johnson @surruhjean In today’s world, everything revolves around social media. When we wake up, most of us check our phones. Whether it be for entertainment purposes, out of habit or to stay updated on the news, there is always a reason to access…read more
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Thinking on your feet, moving authentically.

A Recap of the #SOJCssm Twitter Conversation 1/10/17-1/11/17 By Kelly O'Shaughnessy @westcoastarheel, Joey Jaraczewski @joey_jjjay and Lauren Sokol @lsokol15 In our day and age, when access to knowledge is a click away and access to conversation is a tweet away, we are all amateur social media managers. Becoming a professional social media manager seems as easy as lifting tips from Hootsuite or Bufferapp…read more
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Editorial Calendars For Beginners

By: Cody Koenig  What exactly is a social editorial calendar? According to Digital Journalist, Olsy Sorokina, a social media editorial calendar is an effective way to organize and create content for social media platforms, as well as efficient way help develop your editorial strategy. Throughout this term, we’ve talked about editorial calendars several times. But what purpose do they serve?…read more
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Digital Advertising with Kayla Glanville

By: Tatiana Skomski, Lauren Garetto, Sophie Lair, Anna Williams Today we got to Skype with University of Oregon graduate Kayla Glanville who currently works at Twitter. Kayla works in digital marketing, managing paid content. With this she works for both brands and agencies to make sure that they are posting high-quality content, specific to their audiences. Kayla explains that in order for…read more
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Social Media Strategy and Planning Twitter Summary

By Ashley Carter In Strategic Social Media this week, we discussed the beginning stages of strategic social media planning and strategies. On Tuesday, we began discussing the social media plan portion of our final projects. Our live-tweeters began by posting pertinent information about this topic before class. We began with information about the pre-stages of planning, as well as the…read more