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By Ann Danylkiw


Abstract:

When Ann Danylkiw was hired as green.tv's social media expert, she had a steep learning curve and a belief that social media technologies could help raise the environmental programming channel's profile. She relays the experience of her trial by fire and summarizes the key lessons learned in her rapid-fire ascent to social media expertise.


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When Ann Danylkiw was hired as green.tv's social media expert, she had a steep learning curve and a belief that social media technologies could help raise the environmental programming channel's profile. She relays the experience of her trial by fire and summarizes the key lessons learned in her rapid-fire ascent to social media expertise.

What's Inside:

It is critical that your network comprises both professional and personal interest -- most people miss this bit. Twitter is about information gathering, especially for people over the age 25, but it's those glimmers of humanity that make you a successful Tweeter and help put the face on a professional (this goes for CEOs and freelancers, no matter what the sector).

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  • Publication Date: Tuesday, 1st September 2009
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Ann Danylkiw is an aspiring freelance journalist, part-time bloggess and social media strategist for green.tv. Environmentally conscious since childhood, the first grown-up magazine she subscribed to was E: the Environmental Magazine. She's a quarter century old, hails from Boston and Wisconsin, though she now resides in northeast London she hopes to take a few months and live in Edinburgh next year (for the scenery and the people). Her recent addictions include Tudor history and Anne Boleyn, veggie burgers at Mildred's, train rides, and greentea flavoured frozen yogurt from Frae.

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