Lightroom Lightroom is one of the Creative Cloud apps used for editing photos. Many people think that Photoshop is the best for photo editing, which it does have its benefits and so many things can be created in it, however, Lightroom allows you to edit a photo beautifully in just a couple of minutes. I […]
For many prospective students, their final college decision is based on one major factor — which institution made them feel most at home.
It’s important to understand the meaning behind the numbers before you can make sense of the data.
As we look back at 2018, let’s examine the Top 5 posts for three major platforms (Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram) and consider ways in which this data might affect our 2019 content strategy.
Hand-crafted art, simple lines, bold colors, slab serifs and modern retro designs – which other design trends will we see in 2019?
If you want to surprise someone and film it, here are a couple tips.
The cat’s out of the bag, social videos are hot. So let’s talk about video marketing… right meow.
After a few days of networking and soaking up as much information as possible at AMA Higher Ed 2018, I left Orlando and came back to Fort Collins with five key takeaways.
Take a look at #CSUSocial’s Instagram Highlights strategy.
Keep it consistent. Keep it simple. Post images to the Instagram feed.
Meet #CSUSocial’s newest intern.
At last year’s AMA tutorial, we focused on social media strategy and shared what/why we post to CSU social media channels. This year, we’re sharing how we do it.
A look into how when the score isn’t on your side, the content still can be.
Since the blog began, our social strategy has changed and, therefore, so must our blog design in order to reflect those changes.
Instagram feeds are for pretty pictures. Story Highlights are the perfect place to promote events.
Instagram users more often turn to Stories than Feed in two scenarios: for in-the-moment content and for unfiltered, authentic content.
CSU Social gained just about 1,250 new followers on Instagram over the past three weeks. Here’s how we did it.
Here are Facebook’s updates from August that publishers should know about.