Thank you to tonight’s featured guest, Adam Ostrow (@adamostrow), editor-in-chief of Mashable.
You can read the entire transcript of tonight’s chat, here.
Q1 @adamostrow: What are your thoughts on the NFL’s social media policy? If you were king of the NFL, what would u do?
Adam: If I were the king of the NFL, I’d pull the restrictions [...]
Guest post by: Valerie Merahn Simon serves as a Senior Vice President at BurrellesLuce media monitoring and measurement, and writes a national public relations column for examiner.com. She is also co-founder and host of #PRStudChat, a monthly twitter chat between PR professionals and students moderated by Deirdre Breakenridge. She can be found [...]
Before you scroll down to read the list, a few things you should know:
This is the second year of the Top 50 Tweeples contest. You can view 2008 recipients, here.
There was a public nomination process which took place August 9 through August 18. You had to be nominated by someone along with your area of [...]
NOTE: While I refer to community in this post, it is not limited to only your online networks. I intend for it to mean all communities: family, friends (virtual and in real life), peers and business associates, etc.
I ask myself this question daily. It doesn’t mean I always have an answer or know if I’ve [...]
We’re approaching the tenth month of #journchat (our first chat was November 24, 2008). Tonight’s chat was going strong with 300 active participants and LOTS of discussion.
You can view the entire transcript from tonight’s chat, here. (If you are unable to open the link, go to http://wthashtag.com/journchat and select “view transcript.”)
Didn’t get a chance to [...]
When someone in the public relations (PR) industry screws up, we all hear about it. Today is no different. Techcrunch published a post about a PR firm who hires people to pose as real customers of iPhone apps and generate positive comments. I’d like to believe the good pros out there know this is NOT [...]
Vote now for the 2009 Top 50 Tweeples to Follow on Twitter. You can vote once for up to 50 people. Voting ends on August 28 at 12 noon, CST.
Think of this as the “people’s choice” of Twitter.
Each nominee is listed in alphabetical order with their area(s) of expertise they were nominated in.
NOTE: Nominations that [...]
This past Monday was a surreal experience for me. My first day as a new business owner included sitting at the Chicago Tribune and watching #journchat come to life. Listening to people discuss and debate questions was intense and fulfilling. It was overwhelming (in a good way) as I attempted to balance seven live events, [...]
Tweeple: Those who use Twitter.
In September/October 2008 I launched the first edition of the Top 50 Tweeples to Follow. It was an opportunity to find interesting people with intriguing content from a variety of backgrounds. The Top 50 list is determined by you and your networks. The original concept was to help new Twitter users [...]