Just when you thought you “got it” – Twitter and Facebook have announced major changes to their platforms.
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Monday, December 19, 2011
Friday, December 16, 2011
Foot-in-Mouth Media Interviews By Clients In High-Profile Cases - The Legal Intelligencer Blog
Check out Gina Rubel's latest blog post for The Legal Intelligencer Blog discussing high profile cases in the media.
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Labels: Legal Communications, Media, Media Relations
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Thank You PRSA Philadelphia For The 2011 Pepperpot For Montgomery Mall Marketing
Monday, December 05, 2011
Twitter Jargon You Need To Know
The other day we received a client question about how to retweet with a comment using the third-party application, Hootsuite. After helping the client with the inquiry, I began thinking about some abbreviations on Twitter that I only recently learned about and wanted to share some resources with The PR Lawyer readership.
Some of the most useful abbreviations on Twitter include:
• MT: Modified tweet. This means the tweet is a paraphrase of a tweet originally written by someone else.
• RT: Retweet. The tweet was forwarded by another user.
• DM: Direct message. A direct-message is a message only you and the person who sent it can read. Important to note: To DM someone all you need to type is D username message.
• PRT: Partial retweet. The tweet you're looking at is the truncated version of someone else's tweet.
• HT: Hat tip. This is a way of sharing a link, but also thanking the Twitter user who originally shared it. You can also use “via” and include the other person’s Twitter handle.
• CC: Carbon-copy. Works the same way as email.
• IMHO: In my humble opinion.
• OH: Overheard.
• IRL: In real life
• FWIW: For what it's worth.
• QOTD: Quote of the day
• BTW: By the way
• AFAIK: As far as I know
• TY: Thank you
• YW: You're welcome
Read more on Business Insider here: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2010-08-02/tech/30060587_1_tweet-abbreviations-twitter-user#ixzz1ffeSQHCM
Some other helpful resources for those who use Hootsuite or prefer Twitter.com:
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