Weekly Link Round Up – 04-29-11

April 29th, 2011 by | 17 Comments

The Royal Wedding – A Digital Marriage for our Convenience? (

Aside from all the global media coverage the Royal Wedding has, watchers of this momentous event can also get connected through social media. What makes this significant is that it makes this particular wedding the first of its kind to be fully digital and interactive.

Your Social Media Guide to the Royal Wedding (

Want to follow the wedding through social media? This brief guide gives the low-down on the various media channels to follow the event: from the official YouTube channel of the British Monarchy to even iPhone and Android apps designed for it.

10 Brilliant Videos To Celebrate The Royal Wedding (

Aside from checking out the British Monarchy’s YouTube channel, here are other videos that have launched the wedding to practically viral proportions. T-Mobile’s Royal Wedding dance entrance leads the pack as the most popular video on YouTube to celebrate the event.

What Role Will Develop in Social Media to Replace Traditional Editors? (

On the topic of covering events, social media has played a large role in the proliferation of news topics as of late. As compared to traditional journalism, participants within the social media sphere aren’t held to the same standards of fact-checking and vetting. Thus, it has its pros and cons.

The PR Guide To Email Pitching (

While PR staff can try to get to blogs to voice out their pitches, there is more to it than simply blasting them at blog writers. After all, some types of “pitches” can actually be considered spam and will hurt your company’s chance of exposure through social media. Listed are tips on how to best approach bloggers for PR purposes.

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