Calling a social media audible during the big rivalry game.
When it comes to social, sometimes you just have to ask for what you want.
Go behind the scenes with #CSUSocial on some of our favorite (and most successful) social media projects in the past year.
Commencement is the crown jewel of the college experience. Here are six ways to make the most of social content during graduation weekend.
Three tips for creating successful April Fool's Day content for brands, and two examples to prove it's possible.
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.
#CSUSocial made a goal to snap fresh content from ColoradoStateU 3-5 times a week. Here’s how we’re doing it.
A simple, step-by-step visual tutorial for adding text and artwork to photos using the app, Over.
Intertwining students into your social media team.
Take advantage of viral trends to amplify your reach and boost engagement with your audience. Here's how we're using what's going on in the world around us to create successful content.
Here's what we're doing to help students take engaging screenshots of their admissions decisions for social media.
There are a lot of ways to engage with freshmen classes during welcome week. Here's what we did during Ram Welcome.
Things to consider before launching an Instagram account, and tips for making it successful.
Color grading basics for social.
Tips and tricks for square photos and videos.
At Colorado State, we’ve used the takeover a few times on Twitter and Snapchat and we even have a permanent takeover of an Instagram account.
So I’m trying to make Coolorado happen. What is Coolorado? Coolorado is more than an aesthetic; it’s a state of mind....
When Laurel Village, CSU's newest residential community, opened at the start of the academic year, Residence Life wanted not only to show off its cool architectural features, but also to tell its story.
How to create varied, inclusive content across all platforms for a holiday.
Research. Are we excited yet? Trying to get a broad social media community made up mostly of 18-22-year-old students excited about a list of highly complex scientific words can be…a challenge?