Social media news for Australia – livestream video show – with host Laurel Papworth for Monday 12th April 2021
Is the democratization of media good for society or is social media to blame for societies ills? A ranty video!
Are you a social media manager in Higher Education interested in pixel retargeting, Facebook Ads, Twitter Ads, YouTube Ads, LinkedIn Ads and so on? In this lecture we go through tips and tricks for Colleges and Universities who are looking to advertise to their student and alumni audiences.
Monday Morning Tea (News) with Laurel Papworth – Rollout in AUSTRALIA of removing likes from Facebook Pages of PUBLIC FIGURES – politicians mostly. Since January (?) this has been quietly rolled out including removing those Pages from Pages you Watch, removing the ability to “like as a Business Page” removing Top Posts from Watchlist and…
How to measure social media for Universities and Higher Education.
In today’s news broadcast we are covering the Quiet Australian vs speaking up on family abuse, domestic abuse, elderly abuse, financial abuse etc. Plus being sued for social media naming and shaming and also whether libel/defamation can occur if you privately identify to authorities someone in a social media photo e.g. Capitol rally/riot.
In this lecture on social media we look at content strategies, some Higher Education case-studies of the right content to the right audience at the right time, setting up the different types of content calendars and social media tools for creating the content and scheduling on social media.
In today’s news broadcast we are covering body image on social media, how health info is gathered and sold by Government, and how negative criticism online can lead to TV shows chasing the story down. Social Media News Resources: Instagram’s body positive campaign, including @JameelaJamil on Twitter and i_Weigh UPDATED: Facebook social graph, Graph API…
Lecture on social media dashboards that Universities and Colleges could use to monitor, schedule, and distribute content.
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