Our discoveries were based on the demographic of College Females. We discovered that they use social media as a way to connect with people’s lives, out of boredom, and to build self-identity. Here is a Prezi presentation going over the details of our discovery: Prezi Presentation
Research by Abbi Beckett, Alexia Muzart, Angela Youngblood Why We Post Video: College Males OUR TWO MAIN DISCOVERIES: Instagram is not a priority to college males, although Snapchat is. College males spend 4-5 hours per day on social media.
Why we post: Couples We interviewed three couples (engaged, recently married, married 10+years) to determine how their use of social media has changed throughout their relationship. Created by John, Katelyn & Julia
The combination of public relations with Social Media provides Harmony. “The best kind of post for Facebook are recaps of the big events and content that ties it all together.” – Dustin Evans (Tweet) 3. Effective blogger relations can be boiled down to simple rules: Rule #1: Follow, Listen, Interact and Rule #2: BeContinue reading “Barbs 10 Take Aways FROM Social Media –”
Article Reviewed: Pinterest or Thinterest?: Social Comparison and Body Image on Social Media By Abbi Beckett Abstract This article describes an experimental study to measure the link between social media images, specifically those of fitness boards on Pinterest, and social comparison and body image of the viewer. It was discovered that individuals who follow moreContinue reading “Pinterest or Thinterest? (Literature Review, Beckett)”
Evangel Social Media Class Article Reviewed: The Double-Edged Sword A Literary Review of the Double Edged Sword Caleb Jones Evangel University Ms. Melinda Booze April 4, 2016 Abstract Electronic media, especially social media, has become a large part of the journalistic world. It has created new challenges for journalists. Finding a way to be approachableContinue reading “The Double-Edged Sword (Caleb Jones) Literary Review”
2015 CMO’s Guide to the Social Landscape