Social Media Toolkit
Having a social media presence can help you extend your reach. Social media is a cheap and quick way to disseminate information to built-in audiences, and allows you to reach people you otherwise wouldn't. It's a great way to connect with industry leaders and interact with your supporters, clients, and colleagues.
Ready to get started? Use this Social Media Toolkit to find the tools and resources you need to build your online presence.
The Pew Research Center found that Facebook remains by far the most popular social media site among adults, according to a survey it conducted in September 2014. However online adults have been increasing their use of other social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Other key findings include: Multi-platform use is on the rise: 52% of online adults now use two or more social media sites, a significant increase from 2013, when it stood at 42% of internet...
According to the experts, Instagram is the most powerful social media tool in the world. Why? They have a smaller community, but a much more engaged community. Facebook, on the other hand, has a much bigger community, but people don't engage as much. And Twitter isn't going to live up to the hype, predict the experts.
Want to have a big impact? Start taking photos and using Instagram.
The following is a handy chart to use when citing social media posts. MLA refers to The Modern Language Association and APA Style® is from the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. The Chicago Manual of Style does not yet have a comprehensive style guide for citing social media posts, but I will add when it becomes available. The graph was prepared by Techbytes.
The above tweet that the “Internet today is like Ag Extension Service was,” was surely not meant to defame the good people currently working in cooperative extension, but if you heard the chirp of a canary I’m glad. Cooperative Extension will celebrate it’s centennial in 2014. This is a fabulous opportunity to share our stories about the numerous problems we’ve solved that have helped California, the nation and the world, while discussing the new...
Reposted from Ad Age Digital Marketers, repeat after me: Vine isn't a tool. It's a destination. I didn't realize this until recently. I was trying to figure out why water-cooler conversations are increasingly about the funniest Vines of the day, and our company's executive creative director stunned me. He said, "I spend 30 minutes a day watching Vines." That's a half hour that he's watching -- not making -- 300 six-second videos. Get into a conversation with people like him who are...
I may use this:"A theoretically informed, inductive investigation with a practical twist."
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