I'm very excited to announced that I've published the first e-book in the Alumni Club Ambassador series and it's available on Amazon today!
You've put a lot of hard work into posting to your social media accounts. How do you know if it's paying off? Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have tools you can use to do just that. Learn more about those tools and what categories of metrics will help you determine your chapter's social media success.
As an alumni chapter leader, we'd always like to know what's on the minds of our alumni. What kind of events they'd like to see, how they would like to be engaged with the University's mission and so on. Since it isn't possible to speak with everyone, surveys and polls can be useful tools to get this information.
A cool feature that most of the main social media websites have is the ability to share your post on another one of your other pages. This can be great for making your content go a little farther and to allow your followers on your other social media accounts to see the same content.
Like most alumni club leaders, you want to get maximum benefit any time you communicate with your alumni. But when you have a Facebook page, Twitter page, Instagram account, LinkedIn page and so on, WHEN do you find time to update them all? I've got a few tricks up my sleeve I'd like to share with you to make posting to all these social media accounts a little less time consuming.
List most alumni club leaders, you want to get maximum benefit any time you communicate with your alumni. But when you have a Facebook page, Twitter page, Instagram account, LinkedIn page and so on, WHEN do you find time to update them all? And WITH WHAT CONTENT?! I've got a few tricks up my sleeve I'd like to share with you.
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.