The Social Media and Community Conference, held April 12-15 in San Francisco, generated a flurry of Twitter activity through its hashtag #casesmc11. Jen Doak lists her 10 favorite tweets from the conference.
Michael Stoner highlights key findings from the 2011 survey of social media in advancement, conducted in partnership with Slover Linett Strategies and CASE.
Andy Shaindlin discuss two ways of measuring the impact of social media.
Michael Stoner discusses the results of the 2010 social media survey (conducted by mStoner, Slover-Linett Strategies and CASE) and offers a preview of 2011 survey results, to be released April 13 at the CASE Social Media & Community conference.
Karine Joly is the editor of the blog www.collegewebeditor.com. Have you ever read Facebook Terms of Services or promotion guidelines, Twitter Rules or LinkedIn User Do’s and Don’ts? If you have, […]
Your institution is on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. You also have an institutional blog written by staff members and students. You religiously push out content to your friends, connections and followers. While you receive the occasional comment and you don’t feel that you are posting into a void, you want to know what to do to further engage them in conversation. Follow these five basic steps to help improve engagement.