Blog Comments

Comment #1

April, 9, 2017

How To Develop Your Own Unique Blogging Voice; Christy O’Shoney

Hi Christy! My name is Audrey and I am currently majoring in Communication. I just started blogging due to the requirement of one of my classes. Is there any tips you could give me on how to still be myself and make a not so interesting topic, interesting? Thanks, in advance, for the guidance!

Comment #2

April 9, 2017

Not All Fun & Games: The Pressures of Book Blogging; Heather

Hi Heather! I am a sophomore Communication student at a state university. I just wrote my first blog for one of my classes. Do you have one specific recommendation you could give me that you wish someone had told you during your first week of blogging? Thanks, in advance and good luck with book blogging! – Audrey

Comment #3

April 14, 2017

Miley Cyrus’ Crisis at age 21; Abigail Miller

I never would have thought of Miley for this blog assignment. I had originally thought of just writing about a company and how they went through a crisis, but thankfully your blog made me realize a celebrity would be easier to do. And more fun. I enjoy your blogging style too. I can see your passionate about what you’re blogging about. Kudos to you!

Comment #4

April 14, 2017

What bothered me most about the United Airlines crisis; Arik Hanson

I agree that many people go on and share news, whether fake or real, without doing their research. People are so fast to put their opinion out there, but never sit and think about what is happening behind closed doors. But, if people were to do some background checking into the story and quit automatically posting their crazy opinions, the world would be pretty boring. Wouldn’t it?

Comment #5

April 24, 2017

Kelly’s Interview; Elise Miller

Kelly was my first professor here at ISU in the summer. Her class is one of my best memories here. It makes me feel good that no matter your degree, when you get out into the real world, no one is really prepared like they thought they would be. College should be more about career experiences and not about research and tests.

Comment #6

April 24, 2017

How to Find Millennial Influencers in 2017; Grin

Being a Millennial, I found this entry interesting. Personally, I would rather follow the business itself, instead of a brand ambassador. Granted, I only follow a select few shops on Instagram (and have yet to buy anything from the company $$$), but by being an active “liker” I’m still helping the business grow by having my followers see what I have liked. And believe me, especially from a woman’s standpoint, if I see a friend like a company’s page or a certain picture, I will view the page until I’m a year into their posts. Social Media is key to anything now a days.

Comment #7

April 30, 2017

Political Campaign Failure; Abigail Miller

I agree with Nina. I remember learning this in COMM 204 and laughing. I thought “how embarrassing would that be”. Not just for the newspaper company, but for Dewey as well. Actually, when I was in high school my junior year, I was at our sectional football game. We were playing a pretty good team, but long story short, we won. Following that Monday, the community had learned that the competitors had already made their sectional shirts thinking our team would lose. They had actually released a portion of them before the game had ended and had to release an apology. I think the school corporation learned their lesson.

Comment #8

April 30, 2017

Awkward Text Fails…and how to solve them; The Envirofone Bloggers

I enjoyed this post. I have yet to send an awkward text to the wrong person. *knock on wood* and hope I never do. I appreciate your thoughts and insights though because now I will have an idea of how to properly react if this were to ever happen to me.

Comment #9

April 30, 2017

12 Infographic Tips That You Wish You Knew Years Ago; Neil Patel

Hello! For two of my college classes this semester, I have had to create infographics. Being that it was my first time, I was nervous that it would take me awhile to get use to making them. Turns out they were both pretty easy. Tips like these helped me along the way. Thanks for the insight.

Comment #10

April 30, 2017

4 figures to convince you to do PR [Infographic]; Julie Cocquerelle

Hi! I am a sophomore at a state university and just finished doing an infographic for my PR class. I decided to do mine over five attributes that come with the PR field; branding, media and community relations, crisis communication and event planning. I really enjoyed your infographic and the information you gave. Good read!