The edSocialMedia Bootcamp at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School brings together independent and private school professionals to spend a day in a hands-on training environment. The morning will begin with a presentation to illustrate best practices and case studies, followed by a team-driven approach to learning social media tools.
Join edSocialMedia on Nov. 16 for a special hands-on social media bootcamp in partnership with The Strategic Marketing & Advancement Institute in Annapolis, Maryland.
Social media is all about people. In the world of education, this is no different. In fact, it’s essential! To use Twitter effectively, you have to capture the attention and engagement of the right people. See how in this webinar recap with Dan Shure.
I've been pretty hard on Google Plus on my own blog: 10 Reasons Why I Hate Google Plus and Google Plus is Dead. Most of my initial dislike of Google's latest social network came from, in my opinion, other people's over-reaction to the launch of Google Plus.
Imagine if you hit a “home run” as an enrollment manager: Would your picture-perfect scenario generate more than 45,000 video views, 17 pages of alumni comments, and oh, 30+ additional students in your freshman class? Impossible you say? Not for Elisabeth Russo at Assumption High School in Louisville, Kentucky. Her team created a knock-out lip-dub music video to Katy Perry's "Firework" that generated the perfect scenario for a private school.
It's back-to-school time and the halls are bustling with the sounds of hope, optimism and enthusiasm. But behind your door, you uncomfortably stare into the empty screen of your school's social media efforts. Sure, you managed to post a few "first day of school" pictures on your Facebook page, but how do you make the rest of your plan strategic?
An article that appeared on Social Media Examiner outlines the ins and outs of using scheduled posts for Facebook. No, we’re not talking about using Hootsuite or Timely here; we’re talking about scheduling the posts through Facebook.com.
The edSocialMedia Bootcamp in the Boston area for PK-8 Schools brings together colleagues to discuss and formulate best practices for schools with students in pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade (and beyond). The morning will begin with a presentation by William (Bill) Stites, Director of Technology for The Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA), where he engages and educates faculty of the social media best practices for schools. He will lead a discussion in the morning surrounding topics pertinent to any educator with students under the age of 13.
At edSocialMedia, we like to encourage our bootcamp attendees to practice using social media in their daily lives. If the user sees it naturally fitting into their social lives, we find that they are way more likely to use the tools in the professional careers...
In this edSocialMedia webinar, talk shop with marketers Rob & Liza Fisher Norman, from Turnaround Marketing Communications, and Brendan Schneider, Director of Admission & Financial Aid at Sewickley Academy, as they explore how your school can effectively add Pinterest to your social media stable.