The internet has become a part of every industry, and schools are no exception. Social media marketing has become an integral tool for education marketing.
Tag: Social Media
Compete against The Campus Socialite and The Knicks Blog in a one-night Fantasy Free Roll on Draftstreet.com. $200 in cash prize money and all the perks and action of Fantasy Basketball without the grind of an entire season. See you on the court.
A season of this kind of competitive magnitude means story lines, story lines, and more story lines. Everyday changes in momentum, every day new drama, and every day something to talk about. You sure as hell can’t watch every game so the only way t0 keep up with the chatter is to make Social Media your bitch.
Cable’s days are numbered, socialites. With Netflix, piracy, and now Boxee Live TV, the first step towards one-time purchase, streaming Live TV. All your local network television, along with movie rentals, and social media compatibility. Find out more, after the jump.
Let’s face it. Unless your wrist wear makes a serious statement, there’s no logical reason to wear a watch. The practicality of two mechanical arms telling you what time of day it is died with the Smartphone. But taking your phone out every 2 seconds to check how many people commented on your Keg Stand photos can be a pain in the ass. If you can have time on your wrist, in 2011, why can’t you have Social Media too. Good news. You can.
College kids probably spend more time on Facebook then they spend drinking, fucking, and studying combined. Scary thought, but I don’t think anyone is gonna dispute me. Seeing as how all these college kids are spending half their days on Twitter and Facebook, it kinda makes you wonder which schools do it best, and which schools are really ruling the space.
I know what you’re thinking. With keeping up on my Facebook, my Twitter, my Linkedin, why the fuck would I need another social network to occupy my time? If you indulge me though, I’ll attempt to explain why Chime.in, a brand new social network that launched officially today. Its CEO, Bill Gross calls it an “interest network” that allows you easily access posts that are both quality and relevant to your interests.
We understand that the last 24 hours have been very stressful for everyone. Facebook looks completely different, there’s new windows, there’s new colors and nobody knows what to do with themselves. Take our word though, this is not a time for uproar and hatred. I just sat through the entire Mark Zuckerberg conference, and the only verdict to make is that Facebook is doing some really, really amazing things. Overwhelmed? Allow us to explain everything.
The Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel uses bracelets enabled with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to let guests check in, update statuses and likes via pillars stationed around the hotel’s hottest locations. Guests can even take a picture on the station and upload that to their Facebook wall.