Infographic: The Psychology of Social Networking.
According to the graphic, 1 of 5 minutes spent online is on a social network! Hmm I’m about due to go and check my Facebook wall…
Above is just a snippet of the graphic, check the full one out here at Psychology Degree.
Funny that I read this on a social network, right?? Anyway, it’s something.
A really nice podcast from Sarah Marshall at Journalism.co.uk about using Tumblr.
FJP: Mark Coatney started Newsweek on Tumblr and was later hired by Tumblr itself, as their media outreach director.
In this podcast we hear from Coatney and we find out how NME, which launched a Tumblr blog a year ago, and The Times, which a month ago started an “experimental” Tumblr blog to showcase picks from its opinion columnists, are using Tumblr. Tumblr and the two titles share their seven tips for news outlets tempted to try a Tumblr blog.
Bonus: Some of FJP’s past posts about Tumblr.
What do you think about the AP’s new social media guidelines?
A social media rise and fall, in four tweets.
It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. - Theodore Roosevelt
Today, I gave a speech on social media — and how to do it without having it take over your life. It was fun. I got to make a lot of jokes and stuff. (I like jokes.) Beforehand, I made a handy-dandy handout. Like handouts? Of course you do. Hope you enjoy. — Ernie @ SFB
Infographic: How Social Media is Replacing Traditional Journalism for Breaking News
via Bill Moyers:
As of 2012, online news revenue has surpassed print news revenue, and more people are using social media tools like Facebook and Twitter for news than ever before. This infographic shows that nearly half of all Americans get their news from online sources at least three times a week. Learn more about how social media is supplanting traditional media in today’s smart chart.
Recently, Tom Miale took to the stage at the Business Development Institute conference to discuss brands as storytellers . Here he sits down with Tom Hynes to discuss the rise of the social consumer, the benefits of multimedia elements within press releases and more. Enjoy!