Author Archives: Samantha Kelly

The Tinderisation of Everyday life

“The development of online shopping and social media over the past decade, in some sense, has always been leading towards what might be called “Tinderisation” and it is somewhat worrying.” Tinderisation is being referred to as the overwhelming combination of … Continue reading

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InstaNudity Takedown

In the past couple of months quite a few celebrities have become upset with Instagram and how the app chooses which photos are “offensive” One of the most famous instances is that of Chelsea Handler, who had her photo removed … Continue reading

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#BeTheMatch & Participant Media Engagement

Piggybacking on a previous post regarding Make-a-wish’s charity organization, I would like to make a post a little more geographically personal, and focus on an event coming up here in Philly this coming weekend. Be The Match is hosting a … Continue reading

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Why Should Your Business be on Twitter?

According to an article by Edwin Huertas, if you want your business to succeed , it needs to have a twitter handle. One of the main points he hits at is Twitter has been extremely successful at increasing its users from a … Continue reading

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Michigan State’s Sweet #PrincessLacey

It’s always astonishing to see Social Media campaigns that are able to touch your heart with a few quick reads or a glance at a #hashtag. Whether they are from prominent charities or sports teams, there is always a reason … Continue reading

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March Madness Clairvoyance

Since it’s that special time of year, it’s time to take a quick peek at last years’ March Madness tournament before we head into another month of March Bracket Upsets. You may be trying to forget that last year your bracket … Continue reading

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Who Are You Posting For?

Have you ever wondered why we feel like it is necessary to document “important” moments in our lives so frequently? You went to a concert, so you need that live clip of your favorite singer singing your favorite song. As … Continue reading

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