Social Media Presence: The New York Times vs. The Washington Post

Janice Camacho

With most readers on the go, most news organizations are providing short updates via social media. Today, we examine The New York Times and Washington Post’s social media methods. Both websites are located on Twitter and Facebook—but interestingly enough, The New York Times makes this prominent on its website by putting it on the top, and The Washington Post puts this on the bottom of its page. Let’s see if their differences stop there. 

  1. The Washington Post’s (over two million followers) and The New York Times’ (almost 10 million followers) Twitters have a similar vibe: dark background, plus short and straight to the point tweets. However, The Washington Post seems a little friendlier because they are more likely to interact with their audience by retweeting. The New York Times mostly tweets about All The News That’s Fit To Print (their own), plus a few tweets here and there from followers.

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