Bnet.com discusses businesses dropping websites to concentrate on social media. What about journalists?
It makes sense for some businesses to move: Companies like Starbucks and Coca-Cola get up to 80 times as many Facebook page visits as website visits.
These are mass-market companies running one-size-fits-all campaigns.…
Social networking means getting and staying in touch with others has never been easier. And we pack pocket-sized electronic devices.…
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(with acknowledgement to Barry Fantoni and Private Eye magazine.…
Canadian public relations practitioner Dave Fleet says Twitter has moved through the Gartner Hype Cycle to the point where it will quickly become unfashionable. In his Five Potential Effects Of Twitter’s Shift To The Trough Of Disillusionment Fleet charts the technology’s progress and predicts what will happen next.…
Australian tech journalist Renai LeMay says Twitter is journalism*. He’s right but only up to a point.
Journalists are not simply using Twitter to promote their own work and get news tips. This is nowhere near to being the whole truth.
Journalist Simon Sharwood aimed this advice at public relations people, but the same basic principles apply to anyone new to Twitter. Basic rules are don’t be selfish, don’t be evil.
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