Good points. I am on Tumblr personally but haven't played around with it for over a year. Make sure to share your progress with Tumblr for your school as I'm sure others would be interested in your experiment. :-)
Wasn't sure if you had seen the latest guest post at the blog. If your school uses Instagram, or is thinking about it, you might want to give it a read. There are also some interesting comments on the post.
I don't know about you but I really enjoy Google+ but I've noticed that this Community hasn't really taken off. I would like this group to become more and in order to raise awareness I would like to write a blog post with answers from this Tribe.
If you could answer the following questions about Google+ in the comments section of this post I'll include your answers in my blog post.
Name: School: Title: What I like about Google+: What I don't like about Google+:
Liza Fisher Norman, Turnaround Marketing Communications and InspirED School Marketers, owner. Like: I like the interface a lot. Don't like: I don't have the sharing aspect down and while I know it's a no-no, I tend to send one post (usually formatted for Twitter) to all channels and then it looks goofy on some (Google+ being one of them). Also, I manage at least two social media entities, and Google+ holds the least engagement for me. (Chicken or the egg, I know.) I'm looking forward to your attempt at making me a believer ;-)
Thought you might be interested in my latest School Spotlight interview with Danielle Curtis from the British School of Boston about their Twitter account. Read this wonderful interview in which Danielle shares one change they made to earn more Twitter followers for her school.
Good morning everyone! I wanted to share the latest episode of my podcast which is an interview with +Chris Syme who is a member of this Tribe. Chris and I have a great conversation about using social media in a crisis and even talk a little bit about social media privacy. Hope you enjoy!