This is helpful insight! We are in the process of updating our social media guidelines, which includes guidelines around starting department/unit social media pages. Would you be willing to share what's on your guidelines? We are trying to make ours more reader-friendly and concise – we are worried right now that no one actually reads the document and what they are getting into with a social media account, so I am looking for insights from others on how we could improve this.
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Love the idea of having departments do "trial" content. What do you do, though, if the content they provide does not necessarily align with the corporate page and/or is too "in the weed" of the department? Or would that be a case where trialing wouldn't work?
Jul 11, 2018
This is great! Thanks for sharing.
I *love* Canva and use it multiple times per week to create graphics. I've just started playing with their gif maker, too, although that is in beta and didn't come out as nicely as graphics do. I also use Adobe Spark sometimes.
This is really cool! Thanks for sharing. I was wondering which apps you used to edit/trim the video ? Just iMovie or something else? Also, for the lower-thirds and YouTube, was that done from your phone somehow or uploaded to a computer and done that way?
I am being more mindful of what we post on Facebook. Not that I wasn't mindful before, but just a little more focus on only posting our really great stuff, and if I have a day where we don't have anything really great, then I just don't post. I am also putting more time into Twitter than I was previously, and thinking about if/how we should get involved on other channels like Instagram and Pinterest.