Google+: A Helpful Guide for College Students and Teachers

Everyone is talking about Google+ these days! The newly launched social networking platform is similar to Facebook in someways, but definitely has some unique features to it. One of the questions I keep hearing is, “Should I bother with it?” My answer, in short, is yes! Here are some of the features and benefits to…

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What Makes People Want To Follow Brands [Infographic]

As you dive into social media for your school, you may be wondering why people would ever consider following you, or any other brand or company. This infographic will show you what makes people follow your brand and provide you with insight for future content and interactions.

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Is Your College’s Social Media Presence Beyond the ‘Beginner’ Level?

You have probably noticed that the majority of schools, companies, businesses, and organizations have a social media presence at this point. It actually seems less common to not have a presence nowadays. Hopefully as you read this, you are relieved thinking that your school is up and running on these platforms. Establishing a presence was…

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Class of 2011: What If Social Media Were a High School? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Generally, when people hear the words “social media,” Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn are the first platforms to come to mind. This is no surprise, as these are some of the most popular social media sites out there. The infographic below is a great way to get familiar with other social media sites you might…

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New Facebook Features Pack Potential for Schools

On Wednesday, Facebook announced the launch of some interesting new products. Three to be exact – group chat, a new design for the existing chat, and video calling. So what will these new changes mean for your school’s Facebook page? With the products just rolling out, it’s too soon to tell, but they certainly pack…

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