Do you stand out?

Posted on June 8, 2009

Posted by Brad, Chief Explosion Officer

The amount of space you get to catch the eye of a student or alum is decreasing by the minute.  Maybe they used to look at the whole  viewbook, or watch that promotional DVD. And remember when you weren’t just another email in the inbox?  Now, think about this… what impression can you make with your 40 pixel x 40 pixel avatar?

We were recently asked if there was a best practice in avatars for Twitter.  Here’s one simple suggestion:   stand out.

We’ll talk about this and a lot more in Wednesday’s Twitter for Higher Ed webinar.  It’s only $99, and you’ll get valuable information on how these schools and more are using Twitter.  We’re tracking nearly 700 twitter accounts from Admissions, Alumni, Athletics, PR/News, colleges and departments, and more.  There’s something for everyone.

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3 Responses to “Do you stand out?”

  1. Todd
    Jun 12, 2009

    Seriously hoping @uwgb isn’t on display in that graphic, because I can’t find it. Read: it aint standing out.


  2. Bruce Floyd
    Jan 19, 2011

    I had no problem finding @UFlorida. :)


  3. [...] Do you stand out? | BlueFuego | Web-Based Higher Education Marketing and Recruitment @mStonerblog @markwschaefer This image from @fjgaylor sums up #highered http://bluefuego.com/index.php/2009/06/do-you-stand-out/ – Brad J Ward (bradjward) http://twitter.com/bradjward/status/27765415706894336 (tags: highered via:packrati.us) [...]


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