from training.npr.org: https://training.npr.org/2017/06/02/nprs-facebook-live-guide/
We’ve learned a few things along the way that we think you might find helpful.
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If you’re lucky, your story might sometimes be the topic of that conversation; if you’re smart, you’ll be engaged in the discussion, too.
This guide will walk you through creating your first Snap and your Snapchat story.
Here are a few fresh tips you can use to inject easy bits of modern engagement within the tried-and-true.
Hosting the Twitter account for your news organization is like spinning out a monologue.
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Learn how to create Twitter lists of relevant people to follow, find eyewitnesses and locate Tweeters.
if you’re looking for more sources and tips, consider peeking at reddit and Instagram.
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If you want to reach more people who care about your work by using social media, leverage the resources you have right in front of you.
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On Instagram, a callout asks for photos or videos on a specific topic, using a hashtag to gather it all together.
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How “Code Switch” made itself known on social, back when tweets were 140 characters.
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Involve the hosts, make posting a habit and other suggestions for promoting your show/pod on social.
We’ve heard this a lot lately: Fun stories, not serious stories, work on social media. But we’ve found otherwise.