It’s been a decade of firsts, growth, successes, viral sensations, tough moments, milestones and more.
Before we ring in the new year (and decade), here are some year-end content ideas for social media, including ideas for finals week, commencement and the holidays.
An unexpected perk of working in higher education social media is the HESM community.
First impressions mean everything – especially when it comes to your Instagram feed. Developing a consistent theme can deliver so much value for your brand, whether you’re wanting to increase followers, engagement or set yourself apart from competitors, you can do so by being intentional with your feed.
Social media video storytelling can be used to invite, feature, inspire, explain, announce, entertain, show… and the list goes on and on.
There is plenty of room to experiment with Instagram Stories.
Taking a look back at my last six years as I move onto the CSU Social team full time.
Strategic planning season is here. This time of year provides great opportunity to set yourself and your brand up for success – with the right mindset and tools.
5 bits of advice as I leave my post as the Assistant Director of Social and Digital Media at Colorado State.
This video featured more than 30 women and was filmed in a week. Here’s how we did it.
Hi, I am Arnesh Koul. The Journey so far I have worked in different capacities at CSU for almost 3 years now and have donned a few hats. I started working as a student intern with internal campus communications. It was followed by working with public affairs to measure the efficacy of the University’s PR […]
Hi, I’m Savannah. I’m the newest member of #CSUSocial.
The cat’s out of the bag, social videos are hot. So let’s talk about video marketing… right meow.
The CSU Alumni Association has always depended on student interns to develop and post content across all of its platforms, and not just because staff lack the bandwidth to keep up with it all.
We made an Alma Mater video for graduation. Here’s how we did it. PS – turn up the volume 😉
Get out your sharpies, markers, and sketchbooks, it’s time to go old school.