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A Case of the Mondays

By Katie Birrenkott (@birrenkott), Lissa Steffen (@ohheylissa), Sean Willcox (@SeanWillcox_10)     Basically sums up every SOJCssm Twitter recap thus far. People in the real world can’t handle our tweets and our talent for perfectly pairing a tweet with gifs. #LifeAsAJStudent, am I right? During Monday March 7th’s class, Kelli Matthews enlightened us all on how to reach out to audiences…read more
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Influencers & Gifs Galore

Wednesday, March 1 Twitter Summary by Shannon Elliott, Talia Smith & Jennifer Kim @shan_an_anon @talmarie123 @je_nniferkim Although it was a Wednesday, it definitely felt like a Monday in lecture. Engagement in lecture was low, but expected. It’s the middle of week eight; what else would you expect? Kelli started the lecture on influencers by showing pictures of one of the “hottest” celebrities…read more
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Social Content Cheat Sheet

By Olivia Determan (@oliviadeterman), Erika Goto (@thisiserikagoto), and Erin Petit (@erinopetit) Mondays in J480 can be pretty low energy after not having class the very first two Mondays of winter term. The Monday of week 8 was different, however, when the day’s topic was revealed: content creation. After learning about analytics, audits, dos and don’ts, crises, and research, we finally…read more
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Alexa Hears Everything: SEO Companies do too.

By Kate Miller @kmiller, and Ethan Ferdig @ethan_ferdig These days it seems like everything is digital. President and founder of Anvil, Kent Lewis (@kentjlewis), shared some insight regarding Search Engine Optimization (SEO). SEO is the driving force behind the ads users see on Google, Facebook, or any other site on the internet. Companies are also able to use keywords that…read more
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What A Monday!

By Kristin Peixotto (@kpeixotto27), Rhea Gates (@rheakaigates) and Dominic Black (@dominic_black7) During class on Monday, February 13th we dove deep into social media audits and how to understand the data. Unfortunately, the class really just needed a mental health day so engagement was low. But spirits we lifted a bit when the class got to hack into the Facebook page…read more
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It’s Handled

By: Charissa Corlies (@CharissaCo), Jon Fisher (@jonnfisher) and Mahina Husain (@hiinabebs) In class on Wednesday February 8th, students prepared to learn about social media crisis management and how to - and not to - prepare, respond and manage #Scandals. Right off the bat, students were presented with the following scenario. You are the PR person at a non-profit focused around…read more
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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