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New comment system: Share your views, tips, ideas with ReadrBoard
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New comment system: Share your views, tips, ideas with ReadrBoard

By on Dec 12, 2013

    Have you noticed the little blue bubble logo in our blog posts?  It’s right there under the byline and to the left of our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ share buttons. It’s a new way of commenting on our posts and engaging with our writers and other readers.  Give it a try.  We’ve preloaded [...]

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Sourcing with Social Media: Self-guided training
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Sourcing with Social Media: Self-guided training

Sean Campbell, a competitive-intelligence expert, teaches how to source stories using social media in a one-hour, free webinar on Nov. 13. This self-guided training contains the slides and recording from that session.

Branding for Journalists: Self-guided training
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Branding for Journalists: Self-guided training

The free webinar, “Branding for Journalists: You Being You… Online,” will be held March 5, 2013. You’ve heard about journalists and personal branding for a few years now. The reality is that you are branding yourself, whether intentionally or not. You are creating your brand. So let’s talk about ways you can grab the wheel and take control of it.

The Business of Me: Self-guided training
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The Business of Me: Self-guided training

The pre-UNITY Convention workshop, “The Business of Me,” was originally held Aug. 1, 2012.

Mark S. Luckie, Twitter’s creative content manager for journalism and the media, offers tips for professional branding and marketing, pitching ideas, as well as financial and time management. Learn five key action items to advance your career as an entrepreneur.

Social media ethics for journalists: Part 1, the dilemma
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Social media ethics for journalists: Part 1, the dilemma

The rise of social media raises a host of questions for business journalists, both in our personal actions and how we do our jobs. Should you “like” the Facebook page of a company you cover so you’re alerted to announcements and can connect with customers as possible sources? Or is that somehow an endorsement that [...]

Getting LinkedIn — Sourcing through Social Networking: Self-guided training
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Getting LinkedIn — Sourcing through Social Networking: Self-guided training

The one-hour webinar, “Getting LinkedIn — Sourcing through Social Networking,” took place Feb. 28, 2012. | At the bottom of this page, you’ll find links to complete the self-guided training. Led by the Reynolds Center’s digital director, Robin J. Phillips, this free training gives you tips for getting started with LinkedIn and utilizing its large [...]

Social Media 101, 202, 303: Self-guided training
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Social Media 101, 202, 303: Self-guided training

These three sessions deal with a social media basic introduction, tips for journalists to use social media as a research tool, and strategies for cutting the clutter of social media.

Engage Your Community to Power Business Coverage: Self-guided training
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Engage Your Community to Power Business Coverage: Self-guided training

The free workshop, “Engage Your Community to Power Your Business Coverage,” was originally held Sept. 1 in San Francisco. Hosted by MarketWatch, this training provides a clearer picture of the importance of community and expose them to tools and tactics for learning from their communities. YOUR INSTRUCTORS John A. Byrne is the chairman and CEO [...]

Social Media 101 & 202: Self-guided training
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Social Media 101 & 202: Self-guided training

Whether you’re a newbie or a veteran at social networking, you can pick up pointers from this free, self-guided Webinar. The first hour targets those new to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The second hour will help you take social media to the next level. SOCIAL MEDIA 101: Your kids, your colleagues, the lady in the [...]

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