…Just like this one, right? Regardless of your thoughts about this particular post, the article below from Social Media Today is a simple but helpful guide to crafting content, like blog posts, Facebook posts, and tweets, that is based on another article or news item. Check it out!
The CEO of Twitter, who oversaw a period of growth but has recently come under fire for the company’s financial performance, is leaving the company as of next month, to be replaced by one of Twitter’s original founders. It would not be surprising if Twitter were to undergo a number of changes in coming months, up to being sold to a larger company (Google is the current rumor). Keep an eye out and see what happens!
ClickHole is the Onion’s take on the modern internet. It started out as a parody of BuzzFeed but has grown to something much more. Although its content is made to satirize what goes viral on the internet, you can learn a lot from its approach. Slate recently published an interesting profile of what ClickHole is and how it works:
I know most of them would forgotten about this course already, but thought would share this, some may argue against this though.
Just this morning the front page of the New York Times website had two articles that spell big changes for how things are bought and sold via social media:
These are useful new features for you to consider, but also it’s also worth thinking about how they might change the feel and function of these two channels.