7 Ways to Transform Your College’s Social Media Strategy with Video

About this webinar

Social media managers of colleges have a lot on their plate these days.

Their mission is to build and maintain a positive image of their school on social media, as well as informing, engaging, and growing their online community. On top of all the different types of content they have to create, their efforts should have an impact on student recruitment rates. Sounds impossible? That’s where video comes in.

Video is the simplest and most effective way to inform, educate, connect, and communicate with your past, current and future students.

What you'll learn

In this webinar, experts from Agorapulse and PlayPlay will show you how to leverage the power of video for your college’s social media strategy. You’ll learn about:

  • The different types of videos you should create to meet the different needs of your school
  • The best practices around video creation and editing
  • How and what types of content you can repurpose into video
  • Time-saving hacks for distributing and optimizing your videos

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Your Presenter & Host
Sandra Chung
Sr. Content Marketing & Partnerships Manager
Sandra Chung is Sr. Content Marketing & Partnerships Manager at PlayPlay. Keeping her pulse on everything digital, she previously led content at Mention and managed social media at Hootsuite.
Mike Allton
Head of Strategic Partnerships
Mike is an award-winning blogger, speaker, and author at The Social Media Hat, and Head of Strategic Partnerships at Agorapulse where he strengthens relationships with social media educators, influencers and partner brands. Allton is also the co-author of The Ultimate Guide to Social Media Marketing alongside Jenn Herman, Stephanie Liu, Amanda Robinson and Eric Butow, available wherever books are sold.