By Lauren Dugan on October 12, 2012 2:00 PM
Amazon is looking for a Partnership Marketing Senior Manager. next job John Paul Mitchell Systems is looking for a Web Content Creator. next job Los Angeles Times is looking for a Social Media Producer. next job Education Management is looking for a Social Media and Online Assistant. next job Amazon is looking for a Brand Director- Amazon.com /Fashion. next job Penske Media Corp. is looking for a Social Media Specialist. next job Amazon is looking for a Sr. Editorial Content Manager. next job Mouth is looking for a Social Strategist/Manager. see all
Posts Tagged ‘risk’
Work with the formerly founding editor of AllTwitter to learn the tools and applications to maximize your impact! Starting December 3, Lauren Dugan will teach you how to manage your Tweet schedule using programs like TweetDeck and Hootsuite, search for people, trends, and content, and analyze your social growth and other important metrics. Register now!
Twitter is a real-time social network, so it is a naturally good fit as an emergency communication tool. But just how are we actually using it to share information in times of trouble?
A study from North Carolina State University explores how people used Twitter during the 2011 nuclear disaster in Japan, finding that Twitter doesn’t really change what we communicate but it certainly increases the speed at which we do it.