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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Social media in the newsroom Social media in the newsroom - Focus should be on human interest (death, local success)- Think headline or quote (80 characters or fewer)- End with a question - Always include a photo and/or link- No more than 1 per hour - Breaking news, link if possible- Do for EVERY story- Thank for follows - Set up a "staff list" in Tweetdeck- Don't pump and dump, do at a steady rate throughout the day- Mug shots reign - especially women - Events only- News teases and behind-the-scenes aren't what kids want- Use this only for brand recognition, not website traffic - Events only- Image heavy, good for galleries- Can use links, videos and hashtags - Do for all reporter-based stories- Have photog or reporter instagram/tweet from field- Use hashtags - Type in website name- Use Repost app so their photos can add to your wall - Post all "big things."- Politics, schools, local businesses- Great for galleries, image heavy - Get a pin it button to appear on every page of the website - Human interest stories- Food and health-related stories- Create a Top Local News and a Top National News board - Use Storify for events- Use for continuing coverage of big events - Court-driven stories or mysteries work well- Winter-weather story - Top stories of the day- A "daily recap"- An "In case you missed it" playlist- Strong human interest stories that people will want to share- Great for archiving - Odd stories- Drug-related mishaps- Can only post every 9 minutes, but that shouldn't be a problem. - :) General Guidelines - Best times to post @7-11 a.m. and 7-11 p.m.- Spikes in viewership occur @8-9 a.m., noon-1 p.m. and 4-5 p.m.- Use action words like: like, take, submit, watch, post, comment, tell us, check
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