This Week in Social Media: May 15, 2015

Social Media Tip of the Week To help balance social media content, try breaking up your posts into thirds: one-third to promote your work as a Senator, one-third to share ideas and stories from others (like op-eds and other news), and one-third to focus on interaction and conversation. Twitter The #mngop tax cut plan is not part of the responsible […] Read more

This Week in Social Media: May 8, 2015

Tip of the Week Remember what your readers see: don’t use the third person. Your official social media accounts use your name and profile pictures, so it’s important for your messages to come from your voice. Using the third person can be jarring for your readers and limits the way you can share your personality […] Read more

This Week in Social Media: May 1, 2015

Tip of the Week Twitter lists are a great way to filter content from Twitter users you follow as well as those you don’t. To add a Twitter user to a list, click on their username, click the settings icon, and then click “Add or remove from lists”. At that point you’ll be able to […] Read more

This Week in Social Media: April 24, 2015

The Higher Education Omnibus Bill was passed off the floor Monday, April 20. This bill provides a comprehensive framework to serve Minnesota’s post-secondary students while dedicating much-needed funds to growing our state’s workforce. Click here to download a social media plan with pre-drafted tweets and Facebook posts to share online. Click the image below to […] Read more

This Week in Social Media: April 17, 2015

Tuesday, April 15, was Tax Day in the U.S. The 2015 Tax Incidence Study showed that policy changes made by the DFL-led legislature in 2013-2014 are making our tax system less regressive and effective tax rates are going down for 90% of Minnesota households. Click here to download a social media plan with pre-drafted tweets and […] Read more

This Week in Social Media: April 10, 2015

Senate DFLers announced the Senate budget targets for the budget reserve, Senate Tax Committee, and Finance Budget Divisions before the legislative break. Click here to download a social media plan with pre-drafted tweets and Facebook posts to share online. Click here to download a one-page flier with details on the budget proposals from the governor, […] Read more