Posts in the Category: Twitter

Virtually Real: Advice For Taking Your Events Online

By Posted in - Content & Events & Facebook & Higher Education & Instant Messaging & Livestreaming & Omniplatform & Social Media & Student Marketing & Student Recruitment & Twitter & University & Video on May 26th, 2015 0 Comments

There is no question that digital has transformed the way we communicate and market ourselves as businesses. This has affected how we put on events for our audiences. Physical presence at events is no longer …

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5 creative ways you can build a presence on a social media channel using your existing platforms

By Posted in - Audience engagement journey & Facebook & Higher Education & Images & Instant Messaging & Mobile & Omniplatform & Online Video & Pinterest & Snapchat & Social Media & Social Networking & Strategy and Planning & Student Marketing & Twitter & University on March 9th, 2015 0 Comments

When you have presence on numerous social platforms, it can be frustrating when one isn’t getting as much attention as the others.

Do you want the audience on your most popular social media platform to see …

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Pickle Jar: January Update

By Posted in - Audience engagement journey & Audience Research & Blogging & Content Strategy & Content-tastic 2015 & Facebook & Higher Education & News & Pickle Jar Communications' Projects & Social Media & Social Networking & Twitter & University & Workshops on February 4th, 2015 0 Comments

The start of a new year is traditionally time for earnest resolutions, renewed effort and a drive to try different things. That’s how it’s been for us at Pickle Jar, and we’ve had a busy January …

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Five Links On Friday – Whales vs Dinosaurs

By Posted in - Audience Research & Content Strategy & Five Links On Friday & Higher Education & Instant Messaging & Research & Snapchat & Social Media & Tools & Twitter & University on January 30th, 2015 0 Comments

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.

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