Social Qs Podcast

25
May

The Biggest Mistakes Made on Social Media

There are a few overarching social media mistakes that companies and people make. We give our thoughts on the biggest mistakes we see and give the definitive take on whether audiobooks overrated or underrated.

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18
May

The state of social media in 2021

Social media has changed a great deal in the past five years. We give our thoughts on the state of social media and try to decide whether cryptocurrency is overrated or underrated.

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11
May

Twitter tip jars and graduation parties

Twitter has introduced a tip jar, but is that a good thing for the social media service? We think so. Also, we decide whether graduation parties are overrated or underrated.

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4
May

Facebook groups get new prayer feature

Facebook has a new features in its groups that allows for posting of prayer requests. Also, we decide whether spring is overrated or underrated. 

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13
Apr

Turning off Facebook Comments, and Is Live-Tweeting Good?

A recent article from The Guardian on how Facebook is allowing pages to turn off comments is our main topic this week. Also, we decide whether live-tweeting an event is overrated or underrated. 

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30
Mar

Selling books on TikTok and Instagram

A recent article from the NY Times on how creators are selling books on TikTok and Instagram is our main topic this week. Also, we decide whether March Madness is overrated or underrated. 

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16
Mar

Social media, weather alerts, and saving lives

David Drobny stops by to explain his role as Nashville's Weather Batman and how he has used social media to keep an entire city informed about severe weather. 

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9
Mar

Paid Content from Twitter, and Our Take on the Royal Family

Twitter has launched a premium version of their platform that provides users with exclusive content...if they pay for it. And this week's Over/Under is a topic near and dear to our hearts: The Royal Family.

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23
Feb

The challenges of fact checking on social media

Fact checking continues to be a challenge for social networks due to the spread of disinformation. But not only is the information an issue, so are the methods and personal bias in checking facts. Today we discuss these challenges and more.

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16
Feb

The Facebook group where it’s always 2009

2009 is our topic this week as we rate the year and discuss a recent article in Huck about a Facebook group where they live in the past. 

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