Author Archives: Cassidy Davis

About Cassidy Davis

Social media enthusiast, PR graduate and ballet dancer. Please visit my "About Me" for more information.

…Just What is This “Social Media Thing” All About?

It seems like everyone is jumping on the social media bandwagon. Whether it be your toothpaste brand, the local shop that serves your favorite brand of coffee, or your grandmother, social media is becoming more and more prevalent. So, just … Continue reading

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Three Holiday Oriented Social Media Tips

The holidays are a fun and stressful time for all of us. During the festivities of family, friends, food and gift giving there are a few staples to remember which also relate to social media. 1). Don’t Overindulge – During … Continue reading

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Five Job Search Tips for Near Graduates

The summer months are approaching, which also means that graduation day is coming up if it hasn’t already. I can still remember the excited anticipation of FINALLY being done with school. I can also recall the nervous anticipation of finding a … Continue reading

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Six Communication Successes of the “KONY 2012” Campaign

If you are connected to the social media world, chances are you have recently viewed the KONY 2012 video. The media buzz regarding KONY 2012 started with a YouTube documentary about a Ugandan warlord, which was created by the non-profit Invisible Children and … Continue reading

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Check Out ‘Five Things Working Out Can Teach You About Social Media’

Whether one of your New Year’s resolutions was to get fit or you work in the communications field, you should check out my blog post, ‘Five Things Working Out Can Teach You About Social Media,’ featured on Communication and Marketing Consultant, Lydia Di … Continue reading

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Twitter Supplemental Sites

Twitter is increasingly making itself known as a social media staple. As the third most popular social media site according to Mashable, it is also an effective way to find real-time information about specific and relevant topics.  Because of this, a presence on the … Continue reading

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From Millennial to Millennial

Millennials are the current generation entering the workforce. Also known as Generation Y, they are those born after 1980. This demographic is often described as lazy, entitled, and self-serving by older generations and finding them preceded by their reputation at … Continue reading

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Facebook Resources for the Beginner

Believe it or not there are still people who are not on Facebook. Are you or someone you know, new to the somewhat daunting and intimidating world of Facebook? Here is list of 7 helpful Facebook websites which overview the … Continue reading

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Social Media Buzzword Cheat Sheet

According to Dictionary.com the definition of a “buzzword” is as follows: “A word or phrase, often sounding authoritative or technical, that is a vogue term in a particular profession, field of study, popular culture, etc.” Though buzzwords may be defined … Continue reading

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Seven Twitter Etiquette Tips

With the transformation of social interaction through the emergence of new communications platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, comes an entirely new set of etiquette and manners. While some of what is listed below is just plain courtesy, others are … Continue reading

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