December 23, 2010 • 2:30 am
December 23, 2010 • 2:22 am
Here are some examples of how I grew the influence of the @edreformer Twitter handle, and some of the social media assistance we gave to a few important education technology and education reform forums in the United States.
Measurable and detailed, they show how a brand, a company, or an individual can use social media to enhance messaging and the importance of initiatives on the web.
Instantly recognizable in a number of social media landscapes
A 98.7 out of 100 influence score on Twitter Grader
A consistent increase in Twitter followers from inception
Consistent dialog, and impressive tweet rates since creation of the site
Information worth considering:
Read these if you would like to rationalize whether Twitter influence means anything in the grand scheme of media consumption.
Jeff Bullas describes what makes Twitter influence possible.
Jeff Caruso guides you through a list of Twitter tracking tools that you may consider for your own social media impact.
Filed under: Influence
December 22, 2010 • 11:40 pm
The following links are to writing at edReformer.com, a blog designed to promote innovation and equity solutions for the American public education system.
Here is a sampling of interviews with leaders in education reform —
Marc Porter Magee, former COO of ConnCAN
Peter Cohen, CEO — U.S. Curriculum, Pearson
Michelle Rhee, former Chancellor, WDCPS and Founder of Students First
Josh Jarrett, Senior Program Officer, Gates Foundation
Andrew Broy, President, Illinois Network of Charter Schools
Madeleine Sackler, Director, The Lottery
Jim Shelton, Assistant Secretary for Innovation and Improvement, US Department of Education
Carlos Contreras, Education Policy Director, Intel Corporation
Julie Young, President and CEO, Florida Virtual School
Barbara Treacy, Director, Ed Tech Leaders Online
Douglas Levin, Director, SETDA
You can read more than 100 text and video interviews I conducted with education reform leaders by visiting the Q&A category at edReformer.
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