Episode 37: Social Media Lessons from the Campaign Trail with Anastasia Golovashkina

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Episode 37: Social Media Lessons from the Campaign Trail with Anastasia Golovashkina
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Anastasia Golovashkina talks about her work in political social media, including Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 presidential campaign.

Episode 31: Higher Ed Resolutions

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Thought Feeder
Episode 31: Higher Ed Resolutions
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Joel and J.S. talk through some of the things they hope higher ed marketing pros will work on for the new year. After a challenging 2020, the industry could use a recalibration. This episode is sponsored by Squiz.

Episode 31: Higher Ed Resolutions

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Thought Feeder
Episode 31: Higher Ed Resolutions
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Joel and J.S. talk through some of the things they hope higher ed marketing pros will work on for the new year. After a challenging 2020, the industry could use a recalibration. This episode is sponsored by Squiz.

Episode 30: No, your institution doesn’t need to be on Parler

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Episode 30: No, your institution doesn't need to be on Parler
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The ins-and-outs of weighing whether to join a new social media platform. Does your university really want to be associated with hyper-politicized platforms like Parler?

Episode 27: Putting the Social Back in Social Media

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Episode 27: Putting the Social Back in Social Media
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Jayde Powell joins the podcast today to talk about how her internships as a young professional shaped her views on social media strategy and the importance of community on the web.

Episode 25: Accessibility for All

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Episode 25: Accessibility for All
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This episode is sponsored by Podium Education.
Alexa Heinrich (@HashtagHeyAlexa) joins Jon-Stephen and Joel to talk about accessibility on social media.

Episode 22: The Uncharted World of Video Gaming in Higher Ed Marketing

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Season 1
Episode 22: The Uncharted World of Video Gaming in Higher Ed Marketing
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Can video gaming and the popularity of live-streaming games be used in higher ed marketing? Andrew Cassel talks us through leveling up our marketing skills.