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GEN BUS 360: Workplace Writing and Communication (Spring 2022)

Social Media Posts

Includes Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.

 

Company/Organization Post from Facebook

In-text Citation

In a recent Facebook post, Deloitte (2020) invited followers to investigate their efforts to engage with communities through mentoring.

In a recent Facebook post, the accounting firm invited followers to investigate their efforts to engage with communities through mentoring (Deloitte, 2020).

References Page Entry

Include content of the post up to the first 20 words for the post “title.”

Deloitte. (2020, January 13). Do you remember your favorite mentor or teacher? Some have a lasting impact on us. [Status update]. Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/deloitte/

 

Company/Organization Post from Twitter

In-text Citation

Taco Bell (2016) uses Twitter to reinforce its fun and irreverent reputation; for example, one recent popular tweet read, “Life is short. Eat tacos while you still have teeth!”

Taco Bell uses Twitter to reinforce its fun and irreverent reputation; for example, one recent popular tweet read, “Life is short. Eat tacos while you still have teeth!” (Taco Bell, 2016).

References Page Entry

Taco Bell. [@tacobell]. (2016, November 11). Life is short.  Eat tacos while you still have teeth. [Tweet].  Twitter. https://twitter.com/tacobell/status/797287816929550336

 

 

Individual Account Post from Twitter

In-text Citation

Adam Grant (2019), a professor at the Wharton School of Business and an author and consultant, offered a glimpse at his consulting style in the following tweet: “CEO: But that's the way we've always done it. Me: Blackberry. Blockbuster. Polaroid. Sears. Should I keep going? #ThursdayThoughts.”

Adam Grant, a professor at the Wharton School of Business and an author and consultant, offered a glimpse at his consulting style in the following tweet: “CEO: But that's the way we've always done it. Me: Blackberry. Blockbuster. Polaroid. Sears. Should I keep going? #ThursdayThoughts” (Grant, 2019).

References Page Entry

Grant, A. [@AdamMGrant].  (2019, January 17).  CEO: But that's the way we've always done it. Me: Blackberry. Blockbuster. Polaroid. Sears. Should I keep going? #ThursdayThoughts. [Tweet]. Twitter. https://twitter.com/AdamMGrant/status/1085884955320872960

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