Reading Notes: Chapter 10, Social Media Newsrooms

05Apr10

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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