This post was written for my Internet and Interactive Marketing course at DePaul University and appeared on my class blog. For our assignment this week, we were asked to identify three social media dashboards for our client. The three tools topping our list were Hootsuite, Sprout Social, and Bit.ly. All offer great features for managing […]
This post originally appeared on KevinMD in February 2014. We tweet about births, weddings, first days of school, anniversaries, illness, and mundane things like what we had for dinner last night. One area that seems to send shock waves and launches a thousand Mashablearticles is tweeting about someone dying. Last summer, NPR’s Scott Simon tweeted live from his mother’s […]
This post originally appeared on CHEST Thought Leaders, the blog of the American College of Chest Physicians. Looking for the very latest in your area of expertise? Want to be in the loop on the newest information from around the world? Look no further than the bustling Twitter community for the latest and greatest. Here […]
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I’ve worked as social media specialist for the American College of Chest Physicians for just over two years. Each year, it is in my realm of responsibility to coordinate our own social media presence at this meeting, but also to encourage and cheerlead for our meeting attendees (and non-attendees) to get involved. It has been […]