How to survive your first networking event. Let’s flashback to March of 2010: I was a naive junior in college attending my very first professional networking event: The second annual Public Relations and Social Media Summit at Marquette University in Milwaukee.
The summit is a place where public relations and social media fans, students and professionals get together and discuss the latest and greatest in their respective fields. The day is filled with speakers from some of the most recognizable brands in American including IBM, Pepsi, American Eagle Outfitters, The North Face and more. Intimidated doesn’t even begin to describe how it felt sitting in a room full of well-respected and well-established experts and business executives.
There I was, an inexperienced 20-something who just picked up my first order of business cards the day before. I was also the guy trying to live-tweet from my flip phone while balancing a plate of complementary donuts, while everybody else was posting from their shiny new iPads. Comments comments. Top 10 chefs with greatest influence online.
Facebook could face fines for retaining deleted user data. Facebook’s international headquarters in Dublin, Ireland is facing an audit this month for keeping users’ deleted data.
The company could face a $138,000 (€100,000) fine if it does not comply with Irish data protection laws. The audit was triggered by an Austrian law student named Max Schrems, who requested a copy of all of his personal data from Facebook while writing a paper on privacy laws. What he received was a CD containing 1,200 pages of information on everything from his ignored friend requests to deleted messages. Facebook’s international headquarters in Dublin supports all Facebook users in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Because of its location, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner has jurisdiction over the non-U.S. and Canada segment of the company. According to the complaints, Facebook is illegally holding on to information on members and non-members, including phone numbers and email addresses. [Image via AHMAD FAIZAL YAHYA/Shutterstock.com] The Top 35 “Connectors” on Twitter. 10 Tips for Writing the Ideal Blog Post. 10 Tips for Writing the Ideal Blog Post #infographic Source: Business2Community via Annie Colbert for Holykaw.Alltop.com I look 4Ward to your feedback.
Keep Digging for Worms! Author: Bill - Dr. William J. DR4WARD enjoys helping connect students and pros to learn about all forms of communication and creativity. Monitter : real time, live twitter search and monitoring. Empire Avenue. Social Media U Need 2 Know #NewhouseSM4 - What We've Accomplished So Far! Social Media U Need 2 Know #NewhouseSM4 Fall 2011 We conduct an open and transparent course using the Web 2.0 skills, digital tools, and social networking savvy demanded by the Communication, Advertising, Public Relations, Journalism, Television, Radio, and Film professions today and in the future.
We use these tools and skills to help us learn course content, create, communicate, collaborate, and network with each other and the marketing communications profession. We also use these skills and tools to write, share, and present our information and ideas. We learn by doing. Students gain hands on professional level experience with new digital tools and social media platforms to understand and evaluate best practices, models, and strategy being used by industry today.
Week 1 Syllabus - COM 400 Social Media U Need 2 Know #NewhouseSM4 Social Media U Need 2 Know #NewhouseSM4 "To Do" List - 10 Things Due For Tues., Sept. 6 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Personal Branding, Blogs & Social Media Dashboards Week 5. NewhouseSM4 Members. NewhouseSM4. 12 Tips For Completing Your LinkedIn Profile & Connecting With LinkedIn #video.
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