Monday, September 18, 2017

Twitter lists

A list is a curated group of Twitter accounts. You can create your own lists or subscribe to lists created by others. Viewing a list timeline will show you a stream of Tweets from only the accounts on that list.
 Click below, read
Almost all you need to know
How to Find Lists

Search list in your interest, and join
Create at least two lists, including #clarkclass

Thursday, September 7, 2017

What's trending, how and why

Click on all, and comment, tweet, about each, with #clarkclass, @UCO_MCOM about each. Today and by 8 pm Monday.

Importance of trending?
Why so important?
Importance in government and politics?

Mapping trends

How trend?


Tracking trends

Twitter and government

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Storey's stories

Our 2016 grad, Harold Storey, returned to speak to the twitter for media class this week. After he left, students debriefed. Here are some of their comments, their takeaways.
  • Is a social media coordinator with a team at VI Marketing and Branding.
  • Traditional media will never go away; but the way you do it will.
  • Didn't even have a Twitter before he took this class.
  • He  journaled  what he was doing during internship
  • He is always learning on his job and always trying to take it to the next step and elevating himself.
  • Customer preferences for social media. It's the customer’s say and their money; you have to do what they say.
  • Very relatable. Just graduated and can see self doing what he is doing.
  • Interesting how he took control of the the taco shop Twitter.
  • Always important to take the next step. Wants to see himself on top in 5 years.
  • All it takes is approaching someone. You never know where it will take you.
  • Relates to about anything of how he'll do anything in life like his portfolio. Going the extra mile got him the job.
  • Always  keep learning. More comfortable in the job and still learning and coming in here talking to us.
  • Coming back to talk to us about it. Didn't have anything negative to say. Pretty sure he had bad experiences and still didn't have anything bad to say.
  • Have  been with him in classes; never thought he'd come back and inspire self to do better. Get selfs act together.
  • Talking about connections; everyone you meet has value especially with
  • Very persistent. Didn't mind bothering them until he got the job--people are shy about harassing those or being persistent.
  • Detail oriented. Seeing it in perspective.
  • Pro: very self aware. New hiring and spouse.
  • Con: won't call him because
  • Continuing your education and building your resources.
  • Works with Facebook; doesn't like Facebook.
  • Talking about what he does day to day and the logistics behind his job. It's more than Twitter, but what the customers want and don't want.
  • Snapchat is a tough sell.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Day three agenda

  1. Two professionals?
  2. Follow all by end of day
  3. Readings, for Thursday
  4. Klout
  5. twictionary terms
  6. who is @justjennyg ?
  7. @AHaroldStorey
  8. Debriefing 

Readings to tweet about, by 8 pm Wednesday #clarkclass

Thursday, August 24, 2017

twitchionary terms to know

  1. at reply @
  2. auto-follow
  3. bio
  5. blog
  6. direct message (dm)
  7. Fail Whale--when twitter crashes
  8. follower
  9. #FollowFriday
  10. following
  11. hashtag
  12. Hootsuite
  13. link
  14. retweet (RT)
  15. RSS feed
  16. tweeple
  17. tweeps
  18. tweet
  19. tweetdeck
  20. tweeting
  21. tweetup
  22. twebie
  23. twitizens
  24. twitterholic
  25. twitterphobic
  26. twitpic
  27. twitter stream
  28. twitterverse
  29. web widget
  30. vlog
  31. tweetstorm
Look up five and know