Insights by Kara Sassone

Measuring Social Media Success in Higher Education

August 02, 2019

What’s considered a “success” in social media? 

Is it the number of likes a post gets? The ratio of retweets to impressions? The overall quality of the discussion? A net increase in followers over time? 

Yes to all of those, but it's more than just tangible data points, as was discussed during OHO’s 2019 Higher Education Digital Marketing Bootcamp

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Social Media Feeds: Do They Belong on Your Higher Ed Site?

April 11, 2019

“We should put our social media accounts on our website!”

That phrase — or some version of it — has been uttered by someone at nearly every college or university at one point or another. But is it always the right move?

At face value, it seems like a great idea. If you’re spending the time and effort to maintain a robust social media presence, why wouldn’t you want to feature that content on your site? When you dig a little deeper, however, there’s a lot to consider.

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Nuggets from HighEdWeb 2018: Web Content Strategy, Accessibility and SEO

November 13, 2018

Whatever you’re searching for in a conference, you can find it at HighEdWeb. Opportunities to connect with old friends, lively after-hours events (#karaokeplane), and innumerable sessions that cover every aspect of higher education digital marketing. But throughout the conference, HEWeb organizers remind attendees to keep their eye out for the golden nugget — a highly coveted, inspiring piece of information that you can take home.

In Gold Rush California, there were more than one.

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