media effects: dissemination, discourse and engagement

Long live the queen

If content is king, then conversation is queen

– John Munsell, CEO of Bizzuka



2 comments on “Long live the queen

  1. Panpan Sun
    October 17, 2012

    Hi Tabitha, I love the layout of your blog, great choice of template. About this post, I think this is what we talked in today’s lecture that producing content is important, but what’s more important and people tend to forget and don’t how to do is “making audience”. It’s great that you pointed out here and I like the image and I think a great way to get that interaction and not let your information seek in the bottom of cyber space is utilising infographics and visuals well which you definitely have mastered. 🙂

  2. tabithaacl
    October 27, 2012

    Hi Panpan, thanks for the comment! I agree with the comment, but not sure of my own mastery- I definitely think the majority of my efforts went towards creating content rather than dialogue. At least it gives me something to discuss in my presentation! See you on Wednesday.

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