We share our favourite examples of universities using social media to showcase their graduation ceremonies.Read More →
Posts in the Category: Content Marketing
Our Head of Strategy, Ellie Lovell, takes a look at online publishing platform, Medium, and discusses why it could be right for your institution.Read More →
Working in small marketing teams, with little resource, how can a school adopt a content marketing approach? Our free guide helps.Read More →
There are 90 days to go until Christmas, and whilst we start berating the shops for stocking Christmas gifts, cards and decorations too early, it’s a good reminder that it’s not too early to start planning …Read More →
Trying something new always brings with it a certain level of anxiety – and launching campaigns, trying out social media platforms/tools and website redevelopments are no different. The main concern is how it will be received …Read More →
Here at Pickle Jar Communications, we love being involved in communications projects that make a real difference for our clients and their audiences.
So we were really pleased this week to hear that Imperial College London …Read More →
Sharing is great. But what’s the right way to do it, and what will get you in trouble? We look at how to share without stealing online…Read More →
What does LinkedIn’s $1.5 billion acquisition of Lynda.com mean for universities and higher education content strategy?
Yesterday the professional social network giant LinkedIn announced that they intended to purchase the premium online learning platform Lynda.com for $1.5 billion. While our focus at Pickle Jar is helping the education sector with …Read More →
No April Fools to be found here as we start another new month. Robert’s already covered that. Instead, I bring to you the next instalment in our year-long calendar of topics relating …Read More →
I was at SXSW Interactive this past week, and my journey back was long and arduous. Because of this I slept through this morning’s eclipse. According to many people around the UK, Read More →