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You know, the kind of content that is heavy on keywords and light on emotion. But, what if brand storytelling could be more effective to approach SEO? The art of the short-form story: When you divide the number of readers a story gets by the hours of staff time spent producing it, do you die a little inside?
In this session, Lydia Anthony will share how her team redesigned their storytelling content strategy to tap into existing content production channels and maximize story exposure.
After analyzing the top landing pages on its website, Ball State Discovered some surprising winners: In this session, Art Hill will explain how BSU used this discovery to make these silent winners work harder for student recruiting and success.
Representing diversity on the web: Often unconscious, wrong decisions on copy and multimedia content can create a hostile virtual environment to underrepresented groups.
In this session, Conny Liegl will help you identify some of the common pitfalls. In this session, Amy Grace Wells will explain how an array of online services, from free to budget-friendly, makes it accessible for everyone. You will also hear about the best online tools for higher ed and key tips to ensure success in user testing.
The best templates specify what needs to be included and how it needs to look, while still maintaining a degree of flexibility. You will also learn what you need to know to create better content templates. How mindfulness can empower the content creator Bill Zimmerman, Social media manager — Penn State A crushing schedule, sharp-tongued critics and a never-ending flow of data.
Managing higher ed content on social media and elsewhere is a challenge. In this session, Bill Zimmerman will explain how attitudes and actions rooted in mindfulness can make you a better content creator.
Student workers provide a quick solution, but come with their own set of complications. How do you maintain brand voice, proper grammar or spelling, and appropriate content when relying on 21 year olds? In this session, Lindsay Nyquist will explain how thorough screening, regular meetings, and technology solutions can turn your student team into a content generation machine.
You will learn what you need to set up your own student worker management process — from hiring through graduation. Lawrence University Who are the Snapchat experts on college campuses? Social media students ambassadors, of course! In this session, one of them, Liz Miller will share how she spent the last year contributing to content strategy development for the St.
You will also learn how the social media student team managed by Meg Keniston pulls together content that educates but also engages their target audiences. Food and fun can help, but you have to get the word out first.
The University of New Hampshire managed to draw student crowds last Fall to kick off its th anniversary and a new fundraising campaign. In this session, Jason Boucher will explain how UNH used Snapchat and geofilters to attract a big student crowd at the event. You will learn how you can do it at your school — with a limited budget for the filters.
Short, sweet… and social: In this session, Tony Dobies will share what makes successful short, social videos. You will also learn more about WVU recipe to create your own social media videos without a big team or an external agency. In this session, Amy Grace Wells, will show you how the University of South Carolina was able to implement change and bring some harmony across content teams by nesting key university messages, attributes and values.
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