Curation of Tweets PT1

EMMA PAZARKOSKI

I found a common denominator when it came to how my peers started off their Tweeting. Most would post a variation of the cast, producer, director, year and a brief summary of the film. This is fine when trying to educate your audience and give context, but when the majority of the class is already clogging up the homepage with similar variations, my addition of the same thing is virtually useless. In saying that, I veered far away from a lot of what was already being shared and posted on Twitter. 

I had various techniques going into the Tweeting portion of this task:

  1. Questions. 

Asking questions leaves the space for viewers to interact with me first, rather than vice versa. It opens up the ability for deeper conversation and joint opinions that can bounce of each other and offer additional perspectives. I wanted to broaden my understanding of a…

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