Our Head of Content shares a simple truth: we are more than the tools and technology we use to create our content.Read More →
Posts in the Category: Tools
We’re big fans of alternative communication methods here at Pickle Jar, especially when they’re a bit humorous. That’s why we’ve been pleased to see quite a few pieces in the news about emoji.
It seems to …Read More →
Facebook launched its new Instant Articles platform last week, providing a new way for publishers to reach the potentially lucrative audience of the social network’s 1.3 billion users.
Instead of posting links to …Read More →
How do you make your conference content interesting to people outside the room? We’ve got a few ideas on creating and curatingRead More →
We made a major announcement for the Museum this morning, 29 Jan. For us it’s the beginning of an exciting and very ambitious 25 year plan to redevelop the Museum. We knew it would be controversial but we also know that what we have planned is incredibly important.Read More →
Audience research is essential in order to understand and communicate with your audience. This blog post looks at the different methods you can use.Read More →
First up is a link we actually shared last week, but it’s interesting enough that we thought you’d like to see it this week… The International Communication Manager at the University of Central Arkansas shares …Read More →
The next generation of students applying to university have been brought up glued to their smart phones, so engagement through these devices is essential for successful education marketing and communications. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are …Read More →
It’s been a little while since the launch of Instagram’s latest app back in August, and it seems the Hyperlapse hype has died down. But there’s still lots of potential for universities to make use …Read More →
Your mother might have taught you not to answer back – but at Pickle Jar we say always have the last word!
The importance of responding on social media.
Don’t leave your audience hanging, if you ask them a question and they respond, reply back.
Saying that social media is not a broadcasting method but a conversational platform is …Read More →