I started live-tweeting 3 years ago before I even knew I was live-tweeting. I joined Twitter to be a journal of my thoughts. Slowly but surely, I followed people who shared the same interests as me, and I knew I could check my Twitter feed for updates on everything that I cared about. Self-centered? Yes. [...]
For many companies, the idea of social media spread like wild fire and due to the risk of getting burned, they simply jumped on board the ship a little unprepared. Don’t worry – we are here to help you navigate the rocky waters of Social Media and we are going to kick this party off [...]
While we welcome the addition of social media as an added element to help enhance the experience for those in New Orleans and across the world, we also want to warn you against some potential misfires with some social media etiquette for the Mardi Gras season.
We get it, it’s January and everyone is resolving to be a better version of themselves. At FSC we have a few resolutions of our own and a few requests of our favorite social media channels in 2013.
Taylor Swift used Twitter to help launch her latest album Red. Check out what made this launch a social media and music success and why she has so many #TaylorFollowers.
Last weekend, I spoke at the New Orleans Fringe Festival Pack the House workshop about social media. Prior to the panel I was a part of, I wrote an article for them about how to use social media on a shoestring. For anyone else doing their own social media and for all of the Fringers that weren’t at the Pack the House workshop, I thought it was worth a share. Enjoy
This week, the FSC Interactive team read articles on social media surrounding the 2012 Olympics, exiling Pitbul to Alaska via Facebook and fireworks-enhancing photo apps.
We’ve watched the early evolution of social media through the last decade and cheered as it grew from a college “who’s who” to a billion dollar business. In the last year especially, brands and media outlets like film and television, have latched on to social media’s rising star to find a way to leverage the [...]
It’s all about Google, Facebook and Twitter this week in online news. Google rolls out yet another search feature called Knowledge Graph, Facebook proves again their good intentions with questionable privacy practices and Twitter starts a best of the week e-blast series. Read about all of this and more in this week’s FSC reading list. [...]
Even though Tupac died before the birth of Google, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, he was able to capture millions of hits within hours of his performance.