Reading Notes: Chapter 10, Social Media Newsrooms


For this week we were asked to read chapter 10 of “A Survival Guide to Social Media and Web 2.0 Optimization,” on Social Media Newsroom.

A Social Media Newsroom is a place where the media or anyone who wants to know something can:

  • View all the major media coverage on a topic or company
  • See all the past and present news releases
  • Look up all the companies past and future events
  • Read & link book reviews
  • View Bios
  • Upload photos, podcasts, etc

Social Media Newsrooms are important for individuals or businesses that tend to get or want a lot of media coverage or those who put out many news releases. A newsroom tells members of the media and prospective clients that you are making a serious effort to make their jobs easier. However, a social media newsroom should not replace an existing website, your website would still be done on your site but your “SMNR” would be a neutral place where your hold your media materials.


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