Tagged: Blogs

Social Media Communicators Meeting 10/18/2011: Blogs, Foursquare and more

On Tuesday, October 18, the Social Media Communicators group met to discuss the latest efforts in social media marketing at BU. Based on questions that came in beforehand, we focused first on blogs and then on location-based services, and then opened up the floor for a broader discussion. We asked attendees about progression of their […]

Weekly roundup of social media news & ideas: June 20-24, 2011

Below are some articles that caught our interest this past week: Developing the Social Media Management Team (@Greg2dot0′s Blog): “Focus on the behavior, not the tool.” Thinking lately about social media adoption in an organization as much more than technology training; it’s a culture change. I met with Robin Lubbock of WBUR several weeks ago […]

Social Media Communicators Meeting 02/15/2011: SCVNGR, BU Culture Shock, Facebook Pages, Upcoming Events

On Tuesday, February 15th, the Social Media Communicators met to discuss several topics, including SCVNGR, the BU Culture Shock blog, updates to Facebook Page functionality, and upcoming events. #BUSCVNGR Michael DeFillippis (COM’13) came to the meeting to speak on behalf of his teammates (Alex Shuck and Rachel Sprung)¬†and their experience with the SCVNGR Beantown Challenge. […]

Recap: The Science of Blogging, a webinar by Dan Zarrella and HubSpot

Recently, some members of Public Relations sat in on Dan Zarrella’s webinar, “The Science of Blogging.” Lauren Davalla has some key takeaways that she’d like to share with the group. You can view the slides below. The Science of Blogging View more presentations from HubSpot Internet Marketing. Highlights:

Guest Post: How BU Student Health Services Wellness Education Uses Social Media

The following is a guest post from Michelle George of Student Health Services’ Wellness Education program. We asked her to give some insight into how she uses social tools to help promote Wellness programs (including GTK). Here’s what she had to say! At Student Health Services Wellness Education, we use social media quite regularly. We […]