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Feed Style Descriptions

Style 1 - Uses a date box to the left of the article title. This feed is formatted to fit in the right column.

Style 2 - Shows article title above article summary. This feed is formatted to fit in the right column.

Style 3 - Shows article thumbnail (if present) to the left of article title and article summary.  This feed is formatted to fit in the right column.

Style 4 - Shows article title above article summary. This feed is formatted to fit in the main content column of top, left, or hybrid pages.

 

 

Style 4

Engaging Your Audience with Facebook Live (September 6th, 2016)
Facebook Live debuted in April of 2016, and the company has been rolling out its feature for users and pages ever since. In a nutshell, “going live” on Facebook allows you to share a video feed in real time to your Facebook account or page. After the broadcast is finished, the video will be saved […]
Snapchat: How YOU Can Make the Most of the Popular Platform (August 26th, 2016)
As social media marketers, we love trying the latest and greatest social media trends. Then right after we finally master them, the masses have moved on to something else. A year ago, Snapchat was on the list of apps that had questionable staying power. However, current research is showing us that Snapchat is here to […]
Visuals: Optimizing Images for the Greatest Impact on Social (March 31st, 2016)
We’ve mentioned before that including an image in your social media posts can increase engagement up to 400%. People are visual creatures! Images and graphics allow you to appeal to that visual nature. One problem our clients run into often is sizing and resizing images. How do you know what sizes to use? What steps […]
Twitter 101: Social Media Council Meeting, Part III (February 29th, 2016)
Twitter is where students are. That is a simple fact. Ask any WKU student what social media platform they use the most, and the answer is overwhelmingly Twitter. Students aren’t the only ones using Twitter though; the platform is popular with all demographics and is a great place to interact with your audience. Luckily, harnessing […]
Making the Most of Event Promotion: Social Media Council Meeting, Part II (February 29th, 2016)
Choosing how and when to market your event can be a bit complicated depending on how much advance notice you have and the scale of the event itself.  No matter the size, every event should have a corresponding communication plan.  These plans don’t have to be formal, but is a best practice to start thinking […]
New Tools and Increasing Engagement: Social Media Council Meeting, Part I (February 26th, 2016)
We had a great turnout for the 2nd Social Media Council meeting today and are excited that everyone is off to a great start for 2016! It wouldn’t be a Council meeting without housekeeping items, and this time we’d like to remind everyone to visit wku.edu/wkusocial to join the Council (if you have not already), […]
#ChatWKU: Reaching Incoming Students with Twitter Chats (February 23rd, 2016)
By now, you’ve probably heard of Twitter. The fast-paced social media platform is based around Tweets, consisting of 140 characters or less. Users have the ability to share photos, links, and videos inside Tweets, as well as Favorite and/or Retweet items. Twitter is an ideal platform for event promotion, quick announcements, and hashtag campaigns. In […]

 

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Style 2

Engaging Your Audience with Facebook Live
Facebook Live debuted in April of 2016, and the company has been rolling out its feature for users and pages ever since. In a nutshell, “going live” on Facebook allows you to share a video feed in real time to your Facebook account or page. After the broadcast is finished, the video will be saved […]
Snapchat: How YOU Can Make the Most of the Popular Platform
As social media marketers, we love trying the latest and greatest social media trends. Then right after we finally master them, the masses have moved on to something else. A year ago, Snapchat was on the list of apps that had questionable staying power. However, current research is showing us that Snapchat is here to […]
Visuals: Optimizing Images for the Greatest Impact on Social
We’ve mentioned before that including an image in your social media posts can increase engagement up to 400%. People are visual creatures! Images and graphics allow you to appeal to that visual nature. One problem our clients run into often is sizing and resizing images. How do you know what sizes to use? What steps […]
Twitter 101: Social Media Council Meeting, Part III
Twitter is where students are. That is a simple fact. Ask any WKU student what social media platform they use the most, and the answer is overwhelmingly Twitter. Students aren’t the only ones using Twitter though; the platform is popular with all demographics and is a great place to interact with your audience. Luckily, harnessing […]
Making the Most of Event Promotion: Social Media Council Meeting, Part II
Choosing how and when to market your event can be a bit complicated depending on how much advance notice you have and the scale of the event itself.  No matter the size, every event should have a corresponding communication plan.  These plans don’t have to be formal, but is a best practice to start thinking […]
New Tools and Increasing Engagement: Social Media Council Meeting, Part I
We had a great turnout for the 2nd Social Media Council meeting today and are excited that everyone is off to a great start for 2016! It wouldn’t be a Council meeting without housekeeping items, and this time we’d like to remind everyone to visit wku.edu/wkusocial to join the Council (if you have not already), […]
#ChatWKU: Reaching Incoming Students with Twitter Chats
By now, you’ve probably heard of Twitter. The fast-paced social media platform is based around Tweets, consisting of 140 characters or less. Users have the ability to share photos, links, and videos inside Tweets, as well as Favorite and/or Retweet items. Twitter is an ideal platform for event promotion, quick announcements, and hashtag campaigns. In […]

 

 

Style 3

Engaging Your Audience with Facebook Live

Facebook Live debuted in April of 2016, and the company has been rolling out its feature for users and pages ever since. In a nutshell, “going live” on Facebook allows you to share a video feed in real time to your Facebook account or page. After the broadcast is finished, the video will be saved […]

Snapchat: How YOU Can Make the Most of the Popular Platform

As social media marketers, we love trying the latest and greatest social media trends. Then right after we finally master them, the masses have moved on to something else. A year ago, Snapchat was on the list of apps that had questionable staying power. However, current research is showing us that Snapchat is here to […]

Visuals: Optimizing Images for the Greatest Impact on Social

We’ve mentioned before that including an image in your social media posts can increase engagement up to 400%. People are visual creatures! Images and graphics allow you to appeal to that visual nature. One problem our clients run into often is sizing and resizing images. How do you know what sizes to use? What steps […]

Twitter 101: Social Media Council Meeting, Part III

Twitter is where students are. That is a simple fact. Ask any WKU student what social media platform they use the most, and the answer is overwhelmingly Twitter. Students aren’t the only ones using Twitter though; the platform is popular with all demographics and is a great place to interact with your audience. Luckily, harnessing […]

Making the Most of Event Promotion: Social Media Council Meeting, Part II

Choosing how and when to market your event can be a bit complicated depending on how much advance notice you have and the scale of the event itself.  No matter the size, every event should have a corresponding communication plan.  These plans don’t have to be formal, but is a best practice to start thinking […]

New Tools and Increasing Engagement: Social Media Council Meeting, Part I

We had a great turnout for the 2nd Social Media Council meeting today and are excited that everyone is off to a great start for 2016! It wouldn’t be a Council meeting without housekeeping items, and this time we’d like to remind everyone to visit wku.edu/wkusocial to join the Council (if you have not already), […]

#ChatWKU: Reaching Incoming Students with Twitter Chats

By now, you’ve probably heard of Twitter. The fast-paced social media platform is based around Tweets, consisting of 140 characters or less. Users have the ability to share photos, links, and videos inside Tweets, as well as Favorite and/or Retweet items. Twitter is an ideal platform for event promotion, quick announcements, and hashtag campaigns. In […]

 

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