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Example video

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A diverse classroom!

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F.A.Q.

(last updated: Thursday, Mar. 7, 13:00 CET)

Dear Social Media Marketing apprentices! 🙂

I’ve received a few questions via Twitter, Facebook, and e-mail, so to ensure everyone is working with the same info, here are answers to the Frequently Answered Questions (F.A.Q.):

1. Q: What is the due date (deadline) for the final project:
A: Your project (video) is to be uploaded in your Dropbox folder that is shared with me by 23:59, Monday, Mar. 11. NO EXTENSIONS OR EXCUSES will be accepted. 😉 Ample time has been given to you, so ensure to be timely – it’s expected ‘in the real world’, so it’s expected here to. 🙂

2. Q: Are the comments/mentions we need for our project supposed to be the ones we make or receive?
A: Each student needs to have a minimum of 2 blog posts, each at a minimum of 150 words and with online resources linked to each post, AND 2 comments, each at a minimum of 50 words, on OTHER STUDENTS’ blogs. These comments are to be in line with your ‘fake’ business identity, and, of course, the identity of the blog on which you’re commenting.

3. Q: Can we have a look on the example video you showed us in class last week?
A: Please see the new post titled “Example video of final project”; you’ll need to click on the link and it will open in full view within your web browser.

4. Q: Do we have to put the file on the dropbox, AND send you an email as well?
A: No email is necessary; I will be copying the files out of the shared folders at midnight on Monday night/Tuesday morning. Do not delete your project until you have received your grade! 🙂

Feel free to contact me directly (direct message only) via Twitter with questions, and I will continue to share answers on this post for everyone’s benefit!

Keep smiling! 🙂
– Dr. C

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Protected: Welcome Social Media Marketing class of March 2013

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Five Tools for Naming a Startup (article)

http://bit.ly/z9MJsq

 

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Categories vs. Tags: What’s the difference and why use them?

Here’s an article by WordPress explaining the difference between categories and tags, and why you should remember to use them.

http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/tags/

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Reviews of Nine Social Media Monitoring Tools

If you’re wondering which tool to use in monitoring your social media, the following articles offer reviews on nine of them: Hootsuite, TweetDeck, CoTweet, Yoono, SproutSocial, Seesmic Desktop, Tweetz, Sobees, Destroy Twitter.

http://www.hostdime.com/blog/2011/07/review-of-4-social-media-monitoring-tools/

http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/which-is-better-for-social-media-monitoring-tweetdeck-or-sproutsocial/

http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/123852.aspx

 

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