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Social Media challenge. Jessica Seymour and Lynsay Wolfe, DMS Winter 2014. Social Media Challenge. Target Audience: Prospective Students Social Media Platforms: Facebook; Twitter Campaign Objective:
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Social Media challengeJessica Seymour and Lynsay Wolfe, DMS Winter 2014Social Media Challenge
  • Target Audience: Prospective Students
  • Social Media Platforms: Facebook; Twitter
  • Campaign Objective:
  • While we believe awareness of the Tuck brand is generally good, we feel there is a gap in how well prospective students understand the different aspects of the Tuck experience; therefore, our objective is to educate more consumers about the Tuck experience. We believe this falls into the “attract” and “consideration” phases.
  • Strategy:
  • Create new student life “series” (e.g. TGC during winter break, internship spotlights during summer) to provide deeper insight into student experience
  • Shift blog content to more easily accessible and digestible mediums (e.g. facebook and twitter) to increase click-through, information retention, number of contributors, and quantity of content
  • SolutionProblem
  • Awareness of the Tuck brand is high among prospective applicants, however there is a gap in awareness of the full student experience, especially that outside of Hanover
  • “Life Outside Hanover” series will build awareness of student experience and show prospectives where a Tuck MBA can take them
  • Develop a “Life Outside Hanover” series for twitter on facebook in which current students write brief updates on their Tuck experiences outside of Hanover
  • T’14 Lynsay Wolfe says “Tuck’s emphasis on collaboration and working in teams helped me manage my project and score a full-time offer! #LifeOutsideHanoverhttp://bit.ly/1gru5Ui 
  • Recommended metrics
  • Personalization: RTF, Verbatims, Social Media Listening
  • Relevancy: Fulfillment of Call-to-Action , FCR, CHT
  • Work with MIS and VoCM to identify new metrics
  • Shifting bloggers to Facebook will provide real-time updates to prospective students and require less commitment from current studentsCurrent: MBA BlogFuture: FacebookSolutionProblem
  • Current student blogs provide great information about the Tuck experinece, but require a significant time commitment from current and prospective students, are infrequently updated, and require readers to go to a specific website
  • Shifting bloggers to Facebook will provide real-time updates to prospective students and require less commitment from current students
  • Shift student bloggers to Facebook to improve:
  • Timeliness
  • Student Involvement
  • Ease of use
  • Number of impressions
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