Using Twitter as a Professional Student

Idealistic Notes

When I first started using Twitter as a way to network and make a name for myself I had no idea what to do. All I knew was that my professors were telling me to stay up to date with various social media outlets and that having a Twitter account would not only be valuable as a student but even more upon entering the real world. So I created an account and it pretty much collected dust for the first few months, until I attended a public relations conference that had a handle and hashtag and I could finally start exploring the professional side to Twitter.

Lately I have had a lot of students tell me they can’t get into Twitter or point-blank don’t understand what it’s all about. I’m not a professional on the matter but I figured instead of explaining this over and over again, why not make…

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About Kaiti Moss

I am a communication student at Brigham Young University-Idaho. I am a part of our student run agency, I~Comm, and I love it. I hope when I graduate my career will be similar to the work I am doing now, but better. I would love to work for an international agency one day, and hope to work on a campaign for a company who focuses on international development. I believe that as human beings we have the responsibility to help each other.

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