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Ryan Lytle

Digital Audience Lead, Scripps Networks Interactive

Leading digital audience efforts for @FoodNetwork, @HGTV, @TravelChannel. Formerly: @mashable, @usnews, etc. Proud @ohiou alumnus. 👻 rlytle

10 Tips for an Effective College Visit

usnews.com — (Charlie Archambault for USN&WR) For high school students who are in the process of researching a variety of colleges and universities, admissions professionals recommend scheduling campus visits to get a better feel for the schools. Here are 10 tips for how students can get the most out of college visits.

5 Tips to Succeed in an Online Course

usnews.com — When Lionel Finley started an online master's degree program in counseling at Wake Forest University in August, the 20-year Army veteran admits that he was unprepared. "In other online programs, I could maybe check in once or twice a week and still get a decent grade," says Finley, who took seven online courses previously while earning a bachelor's and master's degree.

Bring Your Pet to College

usnews.com — For many students, leaving the comforts of home and moving in to college for the first time can be a difficult transition. Thoughts of leaving family, friends, and high school behind can conjure feelings of fear and discomfort, but at some schools, students can bring a piece of home along to ease the process.

What are your favorite memories of San Diego Comic-Con?

mashable.com — With more than 40 years of events under its belt, San Diego Comic-Con has left millions of people with a boatload of memories. There have been some huge moments at Comic-Con - from the very first time Star Wars footage was unveiled in the 1976 convention to when the Avengers cast was announced in 2010 - but everyone who's been there has their own favorite memories, both big and small.

How to follow Mashable at San Diego Comic-Con 2015

mashable.com — It's that time of year again. As the summer heats up, thousands of people, from celebrities and cosplayers to exhibitors and fans, make the trek to San Diego for four days of nerd heaven. Kicking off on Thursday, July 9, the event brings people of all walks of life together to celebrate the world of entertainment and much more.

How the world celebrated Social Media Day

mashable.com — For the sixth annual time, Social Media Day was celebrated by thousands of people around the world on June 30. Mashable started Social Media Day in 2010 as a way to reflect and honor the growth of social media and the digital revolution.

Happy Social Media Day 2015!

mashable.com — It's that time of year again: Happy Social Media Day from all of us at Mashable. Mashable first launched Social Media Day in 2010 to commemorate and celebrate the ways social media has changed our world, both big and small.

6 U.S. Social Media Day events you should attend this year

mashable.com — On June 30, 2015, the global celebration that is Social Media Day returns. As has become a yearly tradition, the sixth annual Social Media Day will comprise of hundreds of global events, as thousands of people reflect on the ways social media and digital innovation have changed our world.

Become a better traveler with our #2015TravelChat

mashable.com — Most of us travel on an annual basis. In fact, according to a recent survey by Mashable and SurveyMonkey, roughly 92% of respondents said they are planning to travel in 2015 - and 89% plan to travel somewhere they've never been before. So how can you plan the trip of your dreams without completely breaking the bank?

A weird, wondrous week of tech

mashable.com — Let's make one thing perfectly clear about CES 2015: It brings together some of the biggest and brightest ideas about the future of tech. It's also one of the weirdest places, where no product is too off-the-wall or outlandish.
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Oct 20, 2016

"One way or another, the production suggested, come Nov. 9, Trump will still be around to give his audience a show."  http://nyti.ms/2eksjZn 

Oct 13, 2016

"Pinterest likely is now bigger in the US than Twitter, with 70 million monthly users versus Twitter’s 66 million."  http://on.wsj.com/2dyYDDZ 

Oct 12, 2016

@U_Peaked I mean, the media goes after Trump. Brady is a public figure who has openly supported Trump. I get that his non-answer is a story.

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