Category: Weekly Roundup

Weekly roundup of social media news & ideas: July 11-15, 2011

The School of Education teaches Orientation Session 5 how to do the Terrier Shuffle. Below are some articles that caught our interest this past week: The Broader Role of Moderators in Online Communities (The Online Community Guide): Removing bad content and resolving disputes is just a small part of being a moderator on the web […]

Weekly roundup of social media news & ideas: June 27-July 1, 2011

Below are some articles that caught our interest this past week: On Facebook, Bigger Isn’t Always Better (10,000 Words): When asking how many Facebook fans you should have, consider the quality of those fans — are they participating? Are they visiting regularly? 10 Blogging Tactics That Increased One Business’ Traffic by 300% (Hubspot Blog): Using […]

Weekly roundup of social media news & ideas: June 20-24, 2011

Below are some articles that caught our interest this past week: Developing the Social Media Management Team (@Greg2dot0′s Blog): “Focus on the behavior, not the tool.” Thinking lately about social media adoption in an organization as much more than technology training; it’s a culture change. I met with Robin Lubbock of WBUR several weeks ago […]

Weekly Roundup: Week ending 8/27/2010

Below are some articles that caught our interest this past week: – The Burden of Information (New Marketing Labs, 8/24) – The State of the GeoSocial Universe (Mashable, 8/24) – Make Shareability a Priority (Chris Brogan, 8/25) – Are You Using Social Media as Social Proof? (Social Media Examiner, 8/27) – Choosing Goals for Social […]