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Social media for public relations and writers

If you know anyone in public relations, you probably know they love social media. Most have Twitter and Facebook accounts that they are constantly plugged into. Looking back to before social media outlets, it’s hard to imagine how PR professionals … Continue reading

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So many social networks, so little time

By MARISA HIVNER Google may be the most visited website in the world, but Facebook is No. 2. It’s probably more popular than Google, anyways, as it would seem that today’s youth are consumed by the idea of constantly refreshing … Continue reading

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Fighting homelessness 140 characters at a time

By SANDY FLOREZ The appeal of Twitter is simple: It connects people. In fact, that is exactly what  about 190 million worldwide Tweeters are doing  with Hollywood A-listers, organizations, local and national news journalists, authors, and even Charlie Sheen. But … Continue reading

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Is anyone up? I don’t want to know!

By MARISA HIVNER Is anyone up? Don’t take that the wrong way. Or maybe you should, as the creator of IsAnyoneUp.com would want you to do. IsAnyoneUp.com (proceed with caution) was created by Hunter Moore, a self-proclaimed “professional life ruiner,” … Continue reading

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UM School of Communication debuts on Twitter

I am relatively new to Twitter so I’m still working out the “language” and trying to comprehend how writing grammatically incorrect is a “good” thing … but besides that, Twitter seems to be a pretty handy tool and from what … Continue reading

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Twitter. Yes, Twitter.

By AUSTEN GREGERSON The days of Ashton Kutcher blabbering about what time he ate lunch are over. Twitter has, and is, evolving, turning from a relatively unknown and misunderstood website to a legitimate tool, especially for young journalists. Nowadays, poking … Continue reading

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