Monthly Archives: July 2014

Keep Calm and Travel On: Responding to Trip Advisor Reviews

Assignment Snapshot: Craft responses to the following positive and negative comment examples. Your post should be as if you were actually responding to these customer comments. Use some specifics from the hotels to craft a personal response to each of these reviewers. Your role is Social Media Manager, and you handle PR. THIS IS A “SAMPLE POST” […]
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This Beauty Runs Skin Deep: A Look at Cosmoprof North America’s Social Media Event Planning 2014

Assignment Snapshot: Follow the Cosmoprof North America trade show taking place July 13-15, 2014. Summarize their use of IMC, social media and other channels for the purpose of promoting this show. The following post is for educational purposes only. It is not a formal or paid review of the trade event. I’m not someone who cruises the beauty […]
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It’s #Magic Kingdom All August Long!

  “There’s so much that we share, that it’s time we’re aware, it’s a small world after all…”  That song is one from my childhood. I grew up in Anaheim Hills, California. That made me a very lucky girl because I was in the shadow of Disneyland. “It’s a Small World” was a childhood lullaby. […]
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Life Is Too Short To Drink Bad Wine…

(Assignment Snapshot: Pick an industry you are interested in and review an industry-related social network. Give details, target audience, how it works, overall thoughts, could it incorporate proximity marketing, what other channels work well with it as it relates to IMC) Are you zany for zombies? Perhaps you feel a higher calling and wonder if […]
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Parked in Neutral: One Girl’s Vote on “Thumb”

(Assignment Snapshot: Midterm Project for Intro to Multimedia Communication, MMC5006, University of Florida (Masters Program in Social Media) Comprehensively review a social media channel assigned to you (in this case Thumb) and become a subject matter expert, providing history, effective practices, enhancements, etc. Your mid-term should be from a brand’s point of view, meaning don’t explain […]
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