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Why they worked: Tips and examples for creating engaging videos for Facebook.
This Thanksgiving, I was bombarded with questions about my current internship by relatives and friends’ parents. Those questions were then...
To reach the millennial generation, we — as content creators — must embrace the inward/outward juxtaposition of empathy and authenticity.
Secrets and to show you what Colorado State University's top pins are...and why.
Different social media content ideas for the summer slowdown.
How a Facebook page with only 4K likes reached over 1 million people with one post.
Life and death of CSU's mascot, CAM the Ram.
Intertwining students into your social media team.
There are a lot of ways to engage with freshmen classes during welcome week. Here's what we did during Ram Welcome.
How #CSUSocial connected with the Class of 2019 during #RamWelcome.
How the College of Agricultural Sciences turned Cow Appreciation Day into a social #win.
This smells like spam. Part of my daily routine involves interacting with people on Twitter. It’s a unique aspect of...
Who did you become? We asked. They answered. Never mind our on-campus brewery, our mountainous playground we call our backyard....
National Signing Day has become an increasingly publicized event for college athletic departments, especially for football programs.
How to create varied, inclusive content across all platforms for a holiday.
We set out to give our audience a CSU history lesson in honor of the University's Founders Day on Feb. 11. The illustrated, "Drunk History-esque" video was a hit across our platforms.
At Colorado State, our athletics donor club is called Ram Club. Like most schools around the country the name process...
So.........we’ve had Snapchat (add us, CSUCamtheRam) since December 2013 and debuted it at the New Mexico Bowl. We’re not shouting that out because we want to be the hipsters of universities creating Snapchat accounts, (although, while we’re talking about it, we might as well claim it) but to say, “we’re still kind of new at this thing.”