To apply, use Job ID 8250 on http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/staff/index.php This Web professional will serve as an important part of the College Communications team for the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) and is responsible for updating and maintaining current CAFNR sites and developing new sites as needed. Working in a small, dynamic team to maintain the College’s reputation across…See More
"I had a copy of this from another school when I was creating a job description. It's more for new media, not exclusively social media, but it might help. I like how the audience focus is clearly spelled out.
NEW MEDIA PRODUCER
"I can't speak to the campus level but for our College (one of many in the university), our email campaigns mainly focus on our alumni with our internal faculty/staff audience as a secondary recipient.
We work to keep the emails short and…"
"Nicely said, Charlie! As the College which houses both Hotel & Restaurant Management and Ag Economics, we do sometimes struggle with posting things on the main College page that will interest everyone but we try to keep it varied. We hope to…"
"I agree that the focus of our page is kept positive but it is also useful as a quick way to inform a large group in times of need.
We probably wouldn't use Facebook for a student's passing but we did use it effectively when we had one of…"
"When I am able to work individually with people, I adjust my style to suit them and I try to show how the change is going to make their job better. For example, I offer hard facts and statistics to a numbers person. I might explain the benefits of…"
"For our College, which is one of many in a large university, we have two alumni groups in Facebook. We choose groups because of the ability to communicate directly with group members, rather than the updates used for pages. We don't abuse the…"
"Implementing a content governance plan, complete with workflows and approvals, is essential when building a digital strategy for your site. Register for our upcoming webcast with Stamats to learn best practices for content governance. "
"Change is inevitable, and you want to make sure your content is still consistent after you reorganize your site. Check out the importance of using dependency tags in OU Campus to make sure both your site visitors and search engines can still find…"
"Planning a dream kitchen is like redesigning a website. It's easy to change the colors, but if the content doesn't provide what users need, your site visitors will not find value. So where do you start?"
"Your website’s voice helps drive your brand and deliver consistency across your site. In our latest blog post, Jim Heiney from Lock Haven University shows how to keep that consistency using OU Campus."
Just a brief note to inform all University developers that we have just published a new ranking of the top 200 Universities in Facebook based on the number of likes (fans count) each Facebook page has. Visit http://www.4icu.org/top-universities-facebook/For the US listing of all Universities in Facebook and their fans count popularity please visit…See More
So way back in "the day" (eight or so years ago), our employee/student email inboxes were routinely deluged with 40+ individual email messages per day due to the "campus-wide" email lists being open for anyone here to send messages to.Enough people eventually decried the situation, so we came up with an email/website "publication" that was basically akin to a "daily digest email" of what were originally individual messages.This was highly successful and took a large part of the burden off of…See More
Just a suggestion regarding a sustainable future for UWEBD (software platform). When I was at OmniUpdate we migrated from Ning to SocialEngine. SE has a Ning 2 import tool: http://get.socialengine.com/ning/ The process was pretty smooth for…"