Document Analysis NLP IA
FREQ, RAKE or TFIDF
Summary (IA Generated)
Maybe it’s because she is Fast Company’s social media editor and spends time on Twitter and Instagram for her job, but my cohost Christina Royster has trouble separating the personal from the professional on social media.
What kind of content to do people like? How can I build a personal brand without feeling gross about it?.
” I was like, ‘this looks so fun and I want to jump on,’ but the first thing I immediately thought of was, ‘this is not good for my brand.
Is it possible to have a social media presence that’s on brand for your work life and your personal life? This week, we talked to Jamal Jordan, former multimedia journalist who has worked at Vice and The New York Times and whose new photographic book, Queer Love in Color, celebrates the love and relationships of queer people of color.
On his frequently hilarious and poignant twitter account @lostblackboy , which boasts over 53,000 followers, he posts about his work, his feelings, and current events.
So I would say, ‘Well, I’m just being this person in the office, but I actually have a space where I can work very publicly and just talk about it.
’ It felt very empowering to have a space where it’s like, ‘you guys are going to ignore my idea, but the 10,000 people on Twitter who want to listen to it will listen to it.
For more of Jordan’s advice on how to toe the personal/professional line on social media and stay true to yourself, listen to the episode.