Three social media trends stand out as having potential for meaningful impact in the higher education communication space.
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An unexpected perk of working in higher education social media is the HESM community.
Social media video storytelling can be used to invite, feature, inspire, explain, announce, entertain, show… and the list goes on and on.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been excited about Facebook. A really long time. But times, they are a changing. I’m happy to say that I’m a big fan of Facebook’s fan badges for Pages.
There is plenty of room to experiment with Instagram Stories.
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Three trends with potential for meaningful impact in higher ed social/digital communication.
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Four engagement techniques that generated more than 11,000 reactions, 2,000 shares and 1,200 comments in a two-week period.
#SummerCamp is a month-long series (one day a week for four weeks) for #CSUSocial to grow as a team, evaluate efforts from the previous year, strategize for the coming year, and it’s a good excuse to have fun together.
The #CSUSocial team spent weeks planning and strategizing content for the week of finals leading up to and through Commencement weekend.
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