Be authentic. No body likes fake people, so be real with what you’re posting. Don’t force it too much! 2. Sometimes its just best to take what you’re given! Use the in house analytics of each site, they are usually more accurate. Like Facebook analytics or Tweetdeck! 3. Before you post ask “WWJD?”. Just kidding…askContinue reading “Vivien Smith’s Top 10 Takeaways”
Garret and I posted about how great the joust is.!
Madi Johnson, Laramy Hankins and Vivien Smith. Our group, #teamcoffee, chose to show off the hidden gem, Potter’s House. We used Laramy’s Twitter account to create buzz about the coffee shop through varied kinds of tweets, from regular text to pictures to polls. Our goal was to promote the coffee shop and inspire them to visit it with enticingContinue reading “Potter’s House; A Hidden Gem”
Why We Post We interviewed parents on what social media they used and how often they use it.
The student union is a location on Evangels campus that doesn’t get used to its full potential. This is why we used it as our special place that we promoted and brought attention to. We posted pictures and videos of everything it has to offer and made it seem desirable to Evangel students.
Why We Post Looking to see how parents view social media, as well as how they interact with their children on different media platforms.
WHY? Why would my audience care? Why would they share my post? Why should this be posted? Hashtags are important. Hashtags can be identifiers and help users find your posts by searching your hashtag. #HelpfulHint Analytics make it easier to understand what specific audiences need to be targeted. Humor draws in an audience. Hootsuite is aContinue reading “Top 10 Takeaways- Madi Johnson”
Social media is a two-way relationship. Don’t expect to receive engagements without giving something first. Don’t use more than two hashtags. Ask “Why would they care & why would they share.” This makes sure you’re posting relevant content. Keep your videos short. Under two minutes is the best. Post for Engagements. Similar to #3, post thingsContinue reading “Top 10 Takeaways – Matt Entsminger”
Emily Applegate, Mallory Johnson, and I spotlighted Big Momma’s Coffee on C-Street. We used my Twitter profile since it is the most active of all of us. Tweets that didn’t seem self-serving towards the business garnered more attention like the Bach quote about coffee above. Earlier tweets also received more interaction, and itContinue reading “Big Momma’s – Hidden Gem”
Mallory, Emily, and Kenny