Pictures! These can be great ways to showcase your events and the alumni that attended. Social media posts that include pictures of your attendees can get lots of view, likes and shares ensuring that more people will about good things you’re doing locally. In this post, I’ll share some tips on getting great pictures and, more importantly, what to do with them once you have them!
If you don’t have a plan for on-going administration, your social media will grind to a halt. Don’t let this happen! Here are the five things to do to setup your club’s social media for long-term success.
There are so many options when it comes to selecting the right social media platform(s) for your club and so little time to manage them all. That’s why the key is to pick the ones that make the most sense for your group. This is the 1st of four posts on using social media platforms to engage your alumni.
Did you know that your local alumni club may have volunteer openings that can help you build skills to add to your resume?
I want new and current local club leaders to avoid that overwhelming feeling of “what have I just gotten myself into” so they can focus on the fun part of club leadership – connecting alumni.