The Whistler Media Room offers an interesting approach to ensure the content they would like featured is seen, noticed and shared.
I will happily self-disclose that I’m a nerd, so it’s fitting that one of my favorite podcast is the Nerdist Podcast which started back in 2010 and has 866 episodes as of the date of this blog. It’s hosted by one of my favorite people in the 90’s, Chris Hardwick. So I like to think there is already history between us.
Let’s face it, Instagram is probably my favorite from all the social media applications around. It’s less invasive than Facebook yet less dependent on real time than Twitter. Not to mention it’s completely visual and that is what is engaging for me.
A content-rich site helps to engage the target audience and keeps them coming back. To be able to keep people coming back, it needs updated content, it’s need visuals, and it needs to be shareable.
Social media when managing a crisis is crucial to a brand. It’s a form of two-way communication between brand and consumer, just as if the conversation happen in public. Consumers have high expectations, brands are expected to listen, respond, and be timely/responsive, informative, adaptable, sincere, and honest. Because every move of the brand will be scrutinized under microscope, brands need to be much more cautious, sincere and honest or more than likely it will go viral. Once it does, the internet never forgets.
こんにちはみんなさん、初めまして。(Hello Everyone, Nice to meet you.)
Welcome to my blog for COMM 3370 class.
My name is Kimberly. I am currently a senior at UMSL, dual major in Japanese and Communication. I would eventually like to work for a global communication firm working with international businesses and organizations who can speak at least ten languages.