I’ve always wanted to be featured in nerdwallet.com, especially in the personal financial management section.
I say that new media allows for more interactions, and really, who doesn’t want more interactions.
“Writers also learn to write short and precise excerpts via social media, rather than the long, strung-out reports seen in traditional academic reporting. Professor Powell (right, not exactly as shown) describes this as the democratization of information: the accurate, to-the-point reporting conducted by academic scholars, which is accessible to the general public via social media. He reiterates that social media is great for quick, accessible information, but the traditional form of reporting is not outdated and remains very practical for in-depth research. Thus the two forms of communication are complementary, each supporting the other in order to supplement the academic community with reliable, up-to-date information.”