Amplification of Op-Eds on Social Media: Biz Journal

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Amplification of Op-Eds on Social Media: Biz Journal

There is no Linkedin post at of the article, 'Opinion: Cars of future need old-fashioned prep' neither by Puget Sound Business Journal, the company that originally published this article or by anyone else. However, there are various mentions of the article by Puget Sound Business Journal, Communique PR, and Jen Gehrt on Twitter.

TWITTER

  • Puget Sound BusinessJournal, the company that originally published the article 'Puget Sound Business Journal, Opinion: cars of future need old-fashioned prep' posted the same on Twitter as two posts- one on May 13, 2019, and the other on May 14, 2019.
  • Communique PR put a post on Twitter which says 'Opinion: Cars of future need old-fashioned prep' on May 14, 2019.
  • Jen Gehrt, the co-founder of Communiqué Public Relations and author of Strategic Public Relations: 10 Principles to Harness the Power of PR, replied to the Communique PR's post which says "Opinion: Cars of future need old-fashioned prep" with a link to the article.
  • The Twitter analysis of the article on Social Bearing based on last four days' tweets showed that the article has 1,232 reaches, 1,232 impressions, 1 tweet, 0 total retweets, 1 fave, and 0 replies.
  • The one and only reply to the article is 'neutral', and the top domain shared is Biz Journals.com.
  • The article posted on Twitter by Puget Sound Business Journal on May 13 had only one like and no retweets or shares.
  • The article posted on Twitter by Puget Sound Business Journal on May 13 received its one and only like from Paperang, whose bio is "We sell the best and cutest portable inkless printers🔥 🌈Creativity is the way to have a better life😘 ↘️Check the link for buy yours printer!↙️"
  • The article posted on Twitter by Puget Sound Business Journal on May 14 had only 2 likes and no retweets or shares.
  • The article posted on Twitter by Puget Sound Business Journal on May 14 was liked by Jen Gehrt, the co-founder of Communiqué Public Relations and author of Strategic Public Relations: 10 Principles to Harness the Power of PR.
  • The article posted on Twitter by Puget Sound Business Journal on May 14 was liked by Haley Thayer, a personal mortgage consultant (institutional & private money) in WA NMLS.

LINKEDIN

  • There is no LinkedIn post of the article, 'Opinion: Cars of future need old-fashioned prep.'

RESEARCH STRATEGY

The LinkedIn page of Puget Sound Business Journal reveals that the company that published the article originally has not posted the article on LinkedIn. The article is not on LinkedIn, hence the research team added the 'zero results found' page of LinkedIn as a source and has provided this fact as a key finding.

The next step was to find out if the article was posted by the company that published it, that is, Puget Sound Business Journal, on Twitter. It was found that the company has posted the article on Twitter two times - on May 13, 2019, and May 14, 2019. The May 13 post received one like and no shares, replies or comments. The May 14 post received two likes but no shares or replies. In total, the article is liked by Jen Gehrt, Co-founder of Communiqué Public Relations and author of Strategic Public Relations: 10 Principles to Harness the Power of PR; Haley Thayer, personal mortgage consultant (institutional & private money) in WA NMLS; Paperang, with the bio "We sell the best and cutest portable inkless printers🔥 🌈Creativity is the way to have a better life😘 ↘️Check the link for buy yours printer!↙️."

The research team on further looking into the twitter searches of the article found that there is a Twitter post which says "Opinion: Cars of future need old-fashioned prep " by Communique PR and as a reply to this post, which Jen Gehrt posted a link to the article on Twitter. To confirm that there are no LinkedIn and Twitter responses to this article other than those mentioned above, the research team also checked the social media analysis website, Social Bearing for this specific article. We also searched for the LinkedIn page of the author of the article, Jim Thomson, hoping that the article must be posted there and some additional information on the social media responses on it will be available. However, the author has no LinkedIn page.


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