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10 Ways to Build Reader Engagement: Easily integrate new technologies into your workflow


Recorded on November 7, 2014

Twitter, Facebook, Vine, Yo, SoundCloud — there are so many ways to connect and engage with readers today that it’s confusing for journalists who are always on deadline and needing to file the next story.

This webinar will show you how you can quickly adopt these new technologies and easily integrate them into your workflow. You’ll better engage your audiences and encourage them to participate in the conversations of the communities you cover.

Click here to register for this archive. Please fill out the registration information at this link. If you participated in the live viewing, be sure to add in your discount code for free viewing. Once you complete the registration you will receive a link to view the archive.

Meet the Presenter …   

Brian Steffen (@BrianSteffen) is professor and chair of Communication & Media Studies at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, where he teaches journalism and social media courses. Steffen has been a professor at Simpson since 1989. In addition to his role at Simpson, he serves as the editor of the national research journal Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication.

Prior to teaching, Steffen worked as a government and politics reporter for the Ames Daily Tribune and the Associated Press.