Welcome 2017 Michigan State University (MSU) – American Semester Program (ASP) students!

Twenty-nine students from Australia, China, France, and India kicked-off the sixth annual American Semester program (ASP) in Social Media for Business and Digital Marketing by getting a tour of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences! The program is intended to provide students from around the world with an unforgettable experience on a true American … Continue reading

Growing your influence – the Klout way

Various tips for boosting your Klout score: ============================ Source: http://kfluent.blogspot.com/2012/05/9-easy-ways-to-increase-your-klout.html 9 Easy Ways to Increase Your Klout Score 1. Build a Network of Value The key to increasing your Klout score is similar to finding success on any social network in general: Build an engaged network of people who would be legitimately looking for you and interested in you and your content. Every step after this can only make it better. … Continue reading

History, As Recorded on Twitter, Is Vanishing From The Web, Say Computer Scientists

(SourcE: http://www.technologyreview.com/view/429274/history-as-recorded-on-twitter-is-vanishing-from/) Almost 30 per cent of recorded history, shared over social media such as Twitter, has disapeared, according to a new study of the Egyptian uprising and other significant events 14 comments THE PHYSICS ARXIV BLOG Wednesday, September 19, 2012 On 25 January 2011, a popular uprising began in Egypt that  led to the overthrow … Continue reading

20 Essential Tips for Better Twitter Etiquette

(Source: http://goinswriter.com/twitter-etiquette/) I’ve been on Twitter almost since it started. I love it. While it’s become more mainstream recently, I still find a lot of people misusing Twitter. To be fair, it’s a user-driven platform, so the “rules” are always changing. Still, there are some simple practices anyone can use on Twitter to make you not look like such a … Continue reading

Twitter study: Hashtags and URLs can double engagement

(Source: http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/mediawire/189021/twitter-study-hashtags-and-urls-can-double-engagement/) Twitter’s research into how journalists can best grow their followings uses data to confirm what you’ve probably been told at a dozen social media seminars: Be a firehose of information about your beat, use hashtags and @ mentions as much as you can, and share what you’re reading. Twitter will announce the findings, which … Continue reading

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    Professor Wietske Van Osch

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    Instructor Ryan Bradley

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