May 10, 2012
/ by inVocus Staff
“I do use social media quite a bit, mostly Facebook and Twitter. They are my choices because of the ease of use and the number of people who pay attention to them. Facebook, especially, brings immediate response/feedback, which is gratifying and educational. We also receive online feedback to our stories and blogs via the Denver Post website, but because it permits anonymous postings, it frequently attracts the haters and the nutjobs. On Facebook, where the responder is identified, things tend to be more genteel.
I also like StumbleUpon, also for its ease of use and the wide reach that it has. A story I posted there last week, on beauty bargains, has received 14,000 views to date. Right now, the majority of my social media posts are links to blogs and stories I have written. I need to get better about personal observations, opinions, etc.”
Joanne Davidson, society editor Denver Post (303) 809-1314 jdavidson(at)denverpost.com Twitter: @getitwrite @Facebook www.denverpost.com
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