- Q1. Storytelling is a buzzword, but what does "storytelling"really look like on social media?
- — Candace Nelson (@Candace07)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:06:17A1. For us, bite-sized authentic & passionate videos and stories that help paint a picture of life at WVU #casesmc https://twitter.com/CASEAdvance/status/707280831275003904 …
- — Erika Fields (@e_fields)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:06:37A1. Being able to let someone picture themselves "in your shoes" aka at your school or connecting w/ your institution. Adds value. #casesmc
- — Dana C. Howard (@DanaMSUAlum)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:09:10Same here. I like the idea of ... THAT COULD BE ME! #CaseSMC https://twitter.com/e_fields/status/707281384096849921 …
- — Benson Hendrix, APR (@desertronin)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:13:19
- — Adam P. Coulter (@AdamPCoulter)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:13:27
- — Mike Nagel (@TheMikeNagel)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:13:36
- — Nikki Sunstrum (@nikkisunstrum)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:15:18A1: Story telling draws you in & compels you to share content, rather than forcing requests for retweets & shares down throats #caseSMC
- Q2. What ways do you use to pack a good story into such a small [online] package?
- — Mike Nagel (@TheMikeNagel)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:15:26A2: every good story has 1 point. If you have >1 point, you have >1 story. Decide the 1 thing you want to get across & focus on it. #casesmc
- — Tony Dobies (@DOBIEST)Tue, Mar 08 2016 19:16:34A2: You've got to cut out the unnecessary. People don't have the time anyway. You can tell a great story in 30 seconds videos, too. #casesmc
Twitter Chat Recap: Strategic Storytelling
Candace Nelson, senior writer and social media community manager at West Virginia University, led the March 8, 2016, #casesmc chat.