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Anna Kluyeva on International Social Media from a Russian Perspective

By: Rebecca Rhodes, Michael Eiden and Christina Roach In class on Tuesday, Emeritus SOJC Professor Anna Kluyeva engaged us on the topic of international social media from a Russian perspective. With experience living and working in Russia, she shed light on the many challenges Russian citizens face when using social media. Thanks to her unique insight, we were able to…read more
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Gini Dietrich Covers Everything

By Nicole Lygo In class on Thursday, we heard from Gini Dietrich, CEO and founder of Chicago-based marketing and communication firm Arment Dietrich, and author the popular PR and marketing blog Spin Sucks. Because of Gini’s wealth of experience in a multitude of topics, the conversation jumped from topic to topic, going everywhere from blogging advice to ethics in PR…read more
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Crisis Communication on Social media

By Sijie Li and Henry Cromett On Tuesday, April 28th, we had a good discussion about the relationship between social media and crisis communication. Once we got into the lecture, we learned that what active listening is and the importance of active listening on social media responding to customers. Active listening is a way of listening and responding to another person to…read more
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Crisis Communications with Melissa Agnes

By Bryna Geary and Jennifer Vance This week we discussed crisis communications and crisis management in relation to social media platforms. After examining several real life cases, where companies were unable to control the digital fire that erupted, it became clear how detrimental a social media crisis can be to a company’s reputation. In Thursday’s class, we skyped crisis communications…read more
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Ethics in social media

By Andréa Harvey, Natalie Mangan and Kira Hoffelmeyer The main lesson I learned from our discussion on transparency was the value of being proactive rather than reactive. An issue that best exemplified this was dishonesty of relationships because it seems pretty straightforward at first — don't lie, obviously. But transparency isn't just about not lying — it's about telling the truth, which involves much more effort. Otherwise, it's easy…read more
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Transparency in Social Media

By Sara McCauley @saramccauley7 & Nici Bentivegna @nicibentivegna On April 21st, our class discussed the importance of transparency, especially for companies, on social media. We took a look at how transparency can either help or hurt a brand, like with the controversy between messages of Dove and Axe (who are both owned by Unilever). Dove targets their audience by promoting…read more
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Risks and Responsibilities in Social Media

McKenzie Boyle, Valerie Wiebmer and Makenzie Hammond On Thursday, April 16th, we had a great class learning about the risks and responsibilities of social media. We started off class getting to check out the first episode of the Dew Tour PUSH featuring Josh Matthews (Kelli's brother). Your browser does not support iframes. Once we got into the lecture we learned that some…read more
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The Paradoxical Science Behind Social Networking

Katie McGuigan (@knmcguigan)  Kalie Browne (@kbfrommt) On social media platforms, the biggest barrier between businesses and their consumer is the fact that people use social media to fulfill their personal needs, while businesses use this platform to build upon their networks and generate more customers. In order to bridge the divide between customer and business the businesses must remember to…read more
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The Long Tail Theory & The Cluetrain Manifesto

Cluetrain Manifesto & The Long Tail Theory By: Polly and Margaret | Department  The search for Twitter worthy content began on Google. With the Long Tail Theory it was harder to find more modern content. For example we found more informational material and definitions as opposed to article content. We both quoted Anderson and had the same themes flowing. However,…read more