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The Power of Organic

By Jenny Li Fowler November 2, 2018

There is so much information out there about paid social media. One might even feel pressured to pay to play. I thought I’d offer a voice in support of non-paid social media. At MIT we have a purely organic strategy, and I think it could work for you, too. Since I started working at MIT in November 2015, we’ve grown...

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#ThisIsMIT

By Jenny Li Fowler September 6, 2017

It is well known that MIT students are academically exceptional and are high scholastic achievers. What is less known is how well-rounded, creative, and artistic they are. To showcase what students do outside of the classroom, I wanted to create a campaign to encourage them to produce videos for social sharing. This...

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How We Use Slack

By Jenny Li Fowler May 11, 2017

MIT has a very collaborative social media community centered around the Social Media Working Group (SMWG). The group is composed of staff who either directly manage a social media platform for an MIT department, lab or center, or manage a person who does. There are currently 150 members on the official list, but I...

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What You Need to Know About Social Media Analytics Tools

By Jenny Li Fowler September 21, 2016

I spent the better part of the summer researching social media tools that could help meet our needs for more comparative and targeted analytics, and after looking into dozens of platforms and viewing numerous demos here’s what I’ve learned: The majority of social media analytics tools fall into one of three categories...

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