The Imagineers have attended many career fairs and had the pleasure of meeting hundreds of students and hearing their stories. Believe us when we tell you that of those many students, the ones who stood out to us did so for a reason. We’ve rounded up some helpful tips for you to build a relationship with the company you meet with.
It’s important to love what you do, and that is easy to do when your workplace values a strong company culture. Nurturing a company culture that embodies who your company is begins with leadership. Leaders who create a work culture that matches what they envision for the company will, in turn, attract strong candidates and retain existing employees who value culture and who will continue reinforcing it.
A big question of the our generation: Should your company hire a social media team from within or outsource to an agency? It depends on what your company needs and weighing those needs against your team’s strengths and weaknesses. Like most things, there are pros and cons to both structural strategies.
So you’ve been asked to do live coverage for an event... Your success on ‘game day’ will be directly related to your prep work. Covering social media for events in real-time is a complicated process. There are often lots of moving parts and coordinated details that you need to prioritize from a posting perspective. At Imagine Media, we’ve covered a variety of live events for our partners: From speaking engagements and fundraising brunches to hackathons and food & wine festivals. After each event we cover, we learn something new along the way that sets us up to be even stronger at the next one. We’ve rounded up our most important lessons-learned when developing a social media strategy for covering a live event.
Not all the action during the Big Game was happening on the field. Every year, Twitter announces winners from its #BrandBowl, a competition between brands to see who inspired the most engagement and activity on Twitter during the big game. This year, apart from memorable performances by Adam Levine’s tattoos and Sponge Bob’s ‘Sweet Victory,’ we saw some impressive and surprising campaigns by a number of brands. Hint: All winners leveraged video content in their tweets
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