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Considering using Facebook Live? Here are a few helpful tips to make sure you're getting the most out of
Social media is the ultimate test kitchen to experiment in. A balanced diet is important, both in life as well as social media..
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#CSUSocial Media Committee offered valuable tips from the March 2016 workshop. Check out the full presentation.
CSU’s Social Media Committee is here to help you sharpen your social media skills with tips, tricks, and lessons learned.
Tips for determining if emojis are right for your brand, when to use them, where to use them, and when to definitely never use them.
16 Snapchat Dos and Don’ts for Higher Ed
New changes to Facebook might help you reach more of your audience.
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If you're not currently an undergraduate it's possible that you've never heard of Yik Yak. But if you're a current undergrad, it's pretty much impossible that you haven't heard about Yik Yak.
A simple, step-by-step visual tutorial for adding text and artwork to photos using the app, Over.
One-on-one consultations for all things social media.
There's a reason Comic Sans is said to be the world's most-hated font. It's because typography matters.
Want to provide some structure to a large number of diverse social media accounts? Follow these tips!
Make your Snapchat stories snappier!
When tackling video projects, it's crucial to know your focus.
Get your social media strategy in back-to-school shape.
A correctly sized image can make or break a social media post.
We process visuals much faster than text. And providing a way to make those table cells of “reach” and “impressions” seem less like a foreign language and more like an understandable measure of success is imperative.