The year in review on ScottWalkerTV.com

happy-new-year-confettiAnother year has come and gone, so here’s a look back at what happened right here in 2014.

  • This website was viewed 21,000 times
  • 254 pictures were uploaded
  • Top referring sites were Twitter and Facebook
  • The site had visitors from 111 countries. The U.S. led the way, of course, with the U.K. and Brazil taking the second and third spots

Busiest day – March 17th. That day’s post? “It could be a crackhead! The Mobile Leprechaun turns eight”

New posts totaled 122, bringing the site’s total to 1,002 posts.

The top posts were:

1) When did you join Twitter? Find out here (site doesn’t seem to work anymore)

2) It could be a crackhead! The Mobile Leprechaun turns eight

3) From Rome: Five Questions with NBC correspondent Jay Gray

4) NFL draft proves some are still clueless about the power of social media

5) Opinion: The Saints are getting younger and better with recent moves

It was a fun year on my YouTube channel, too. Check out some of the best (or worst) videos HERE. One of my favorite new additions was ‘Questions During Commercial Breaks.’

Here’s to a great 2015! Happy New Year and thanks for occasionally popping in here to check things out.

– Scott

Social Media Boot Camp at Brother Martin High School

I recently spoke to the senior class at Brother Martin High School about the benefits and pitfalls of social media. It’s an important subject I enjoy speaking about, and as the students wrap up their high school careers and set their sights on college, I think it’s critical for them to realize how easily a 140 character tweet, Facebook post or Instragram picture can haunt them, literally, forever.

When it comes to social media, you never know what’s going to stick. I use numerous real-life examples (including one that involves me) that are certainly attention-getting.

I enjoyed the talk and the students were attentive, receptive and responsive. For anyone interested, I can customize my presentation for any size group.

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New Facebook Page

I’m working on incorporating a lot more facebook use into my daily news coverage. I have a personal facebook page for family and friends and I like to keep work stuff separate.

On the new work page I’ll post newscast-related stuff, behind-the-scenes videos and stories of interest. Plus, I’ll seek viewer feedback and opinions on certain stories.

CLICK HERE to check out the page and click “like.”

Facebook and Twitter

I just created a new Facebook account for work purposes. Check it out here. You can also follow me on Twitter.

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