Posts tagged Social media
Posts tagged Social media
10 More Reasons to Love Marquette — in response to 28 Reasons to Love Marquette.
If you liked the music in our new video, check out the full song by Jones Street Station: http://go.mu.edu/theunderstanding
The band includes Marquette alumni Danny Erker and the video features acting from Marquette Theatre alumni Danny Pudi and Monica West.
See how Marquette social media wins in 90 seconds.
Enjoy a few tastes from the PR+SM Summit’s “Social Media and Craft Beer” panel, hosted by Marquette University.
Mike Thiel, Goose Island Beer Co. marketer: “For every beer that we’ve sold, we don’t do it through big advertising budgets…. Everything we’ve done is through one taste at a time. So the way that we view social media is that is an opportunity to reach every customer, one point at a time and help tell a story.”
Dan Murphy, Milwaukee Magazine’s Brew City writer: “A few bars around [Milwaukee] have done a nice job with Instagram — Burnhearts in particular…. They’ll take a picture of a new barrel that comes in and post it. I mean, to the beer geeks, it’s beer porn.”
Tim Cigelske, Marquette social media director and DRAFT Magazine writer: “One of the best lessons I learned today was from Tim Washer, who said, ‘If you don’t have a story to tell, post a photo of a shark.’ And you may not have a shark… but he is also saying that you have to make what you are doing interesting.”
Emma Pohl, Milwaukee Brewing Company marketing manager: “I try not to look at other craft brewery’s social media pages. It’s probably the opposite of whatever anybody ever taught you about market research. The reason that I don’t is that I don’t want their messaging to impact me…. I want it to be really genuine and authentic. I just want to tell our day-to-day story.”
Snapshots from today’s PR+Social Media Summit at Marquette University.
Top 100 Marquette foursquare venues, August 31, 2012:
This summer, Cudahy Hall breezed by Johnston Hall, taking fourth place among Marquette’s top foursquare venues. The university check-in trinity — AMU, Straz Hall and Raynor Library — all held their spots from spring 2012.
“We safely entered [the Mississippi] on the 17th of June,” wrote Father Jacques Marquette, S.J., in 1673, “with a joy that I cannot express.” I’m sure @FatherMarquette couldn’t resist a foursquare check-in on the Mississippi River today.
Did you know…?
All nine of Marquette University’s residence halls are on Twitter.
Marquette University’s social media whisperer Tim Cigelske discussed engaging on Facebook at today’s #musocial media meetup. Five takeaways from Tim’s talk: