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Transcript of Social Media
Basic Twitter Lingo
Tweets/people you are subscribing to
People who are subscribing to your tweets
People that have made comments towards you that are "public" on their personal profile pages
Comments that are only seen by you
Anatomy of a TWEET
Limited to 140 characters - Micro Blog
Successful/Influential "tweeple" post 10 to 20 tweets a day
Authentic, Accurate, and Honest
"Me" Twitter Page
The Menu Bar
My Twitter Home Page
Other People's Pages
Other People's Twitter "Followers"
This is your personal account, where you connect with friends and family members
Created for a business, so they can connect with clients and customers
An acknowledgment that you enjoy, agree with, or otherwise want to recognize a piece of content that has been posted on Facebook
An image meant to represent you on your facebook ___________
Content created on facebook and added to a feed. It can be anything from text to links to photos to calendar events
Pinterest is a virtual pinboard
It allows you to organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web
You can browse pinboards created by other people to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests
A hybrid between Twitter and a full blog
It is considred a "micro blog" like twitter but allows longer posts
Tumblr = More blogging and less social networking
Tumblelogging (Tumblr-style blogging) creating short-format posts that are not as short as Twitter posts but not as long as full-blown blogs.
Basic Social Media Terms
The next generation of the web that now allows people to blog and create websites without needing specialized technical knowledge or training
A site updated frequently by an individual or group to record opinions or information or in other words, an online journal centered around a person or topic
Short messages displayed from a social media account like a Facebook status or a Twitter post
Online photo-sharing and social networking service
Take pictures, apply digital filters to them, and share them on a variety of social networking sites
A distinctive feature is that it confines photos to a square shape, similar to Kodak Instamatic and Polaroid images, in contrast to the 16:9 aspect ratio now typically used by mobile device cameras.
48 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute
Every day, more than 3 billion videos are viewed
More video is uploaded to YouTube in 60 days than the three major U.S. networks created in 60 years
70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the U.S.
YouTube is localized in 25 countries across 43 languages
Teamwork between separate companies online
Viral activity is the dream of many marketers, content creators, retailers, and businesses of all shapes and sizes
Viral content is decided by the viewer not the creator, the consumer not the advertiser
Real viral traction occurs:
When information is constantly being spread
When people are forwarding it in emails
When there is constant chatter on and off the web
When traffic comes from many places and extends across the globe
*web, video or image content which gains widespread popularity through the process of Internet sharing, typically through email or IM messages, blogs and other media sharing websites
A word, phrase, or topic that is popular at a given moment; usually on Twitter
The number of visitors that visit a particular website
A small, attractive application on a website such as a hit counter
The average LinkedIn user’s 2nd-degree network connects them to over 6,000 companies and 9,000 people
37.2% of users said that LinkedIn helped to increase their branding/marketing presence
LinkedIn gains 58 users per minute
61% of professionals interviewed say they use LinkedIn as their preferred method of social media networking
Some New Facts
use + or - to add or subtract search results
sign up for
Use quotes to focus intention "jobs in chicago"
.org, .gov, .edu
of Employers will
search by domain!
1. Light yourself well. Your room should be sufficiently lit, with no shadows that can make you look older (or scarier)!
2. Dress like a television news anchor. Sure, black is slimming, but solid jewel tones brighten your face without appearing busy.
3. Don't slump. Your mom was right -- if you sit up straight, you'll look poised and confident.
4. Look at the camera - and smile! It can be tempting to repeatedly look at yourself to check your appearance, but once the interview starts, that can be distracting to your interviewer.
5. Set the stage behind you. Clean your area, then set your conversation up in front of a minimally (and, if possible, tastefully) decorated background. Eliminate any clutter, and don't forget to minimize noise.
QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional barcode) that is attached to an item and that records information related to that item.
The QR Code system has become popular due to its fast readability and greater storage capacity compared to standard UPC barcodes. Applications include product tracking, item identification, time tracking, document management, general marketing, and much more.
a social media workshop for
career seekers & constantly curious!!!
#1. If you don’t have a profile on Google Plus, go create one.
If you are there already, you need to optimize your profile. Optimizing your profile means filling out the details in a way that increases your visibility to employers. Include industry related keyword so you appear in relevant searches.
#2. Use the Circles feature to connect with influential people.
More importantly, add those people who are already employed in your target companies. Participate in their conversations to attract attention.
#3. Find opportunities to highlight your talents and skills.
If you are clever, you can easily grab the attention of companies or employers. It is also a good idea to ask questions related to the kind of job you are looking for.
When you genuinely engage on the Google Plus network, you will come across with many people regarding the hiring process. Companies might also want to interview you online. Therefore, it’s important that you know how to make the most of online interviewing.
#5. Build quality relationships.
While you interact with people on this social network, focus on building relationships with professionals. By connecting with employers, recruiting companies and hiring managers, you will bring yourself multiple career benefits.