College student athletes won’t be seen on the court or field for the immediate feature, but you might start to notice them more active on social media.
UNL recently partnered with Opendorse.
The company is founded by former Nebraska athletes.
The goal is to help sports organizations and athlete’s social media programs increase the value of their name, image and likeness.
The partnership is still in the early stages.
Senator Megan Hunt, who is backing the Pay to Play bill, says this is the step in the right direction.
“Student athletes are natural entrepreneurs and so it makes a lot of sense to me that this is what we’re seeing in Nebraska, and that Nebraska is going to be a leader on this nationwide,” said Sen. Megan Hunt.
The program will offer each student athlete a review of their social media, flag content that might have a negative impact and provide content calendars for posting.
Weekly survey: How has your media consumption changed in the time of COVID-19? – q107.com
It’s eerie out there. Streets are emptier than 2 a.m. on Christmas morning. Businesses are closed. And how many times can you take the dog out for a walk before she says starts hiding when the leash comes out?
Now imagine if all this were happening in 2005. No social media. Blockbuster would be closed. No Netflix. Almost no one knew about podcasting. In other words, it could be worse.
There have been plenty of stories about how media consumption is changing. Are you listening to more radio? Perhaps for local news on the virus situation in your area. Maybe you need some musical escapism. Maybe you’re investigating more music on a streaming service like Spotify. Or watching more Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, Disney+, or YouTube. Or perhaps you’re passing the time by listening to more podcasts.
I realize that your answer might be “none of the above,” in which case you’re excused from this survey. But for everyone else, I’m curious about how you perceive any changes in your media consumption habits recently.
And if you think of it, please retweet. Let’s get as much data as we can, okay?
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Socialii makes social media management a lot more manageable. – The Next Web
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North Americans spend an average of two hours a day consuming, or more accurately, devouring social media. And that’s just the time spent scrolling and reading and viewing and sharing.
If you’re a brand trying to make an impact on social media, does that mean you need to be spending at least two hours a day crafting and curating content, engaging and boosting your profile? And if social media manager is just one of the hats you wear, do you really have two hours a day to devote solely to the unflinching 24/7/365 pursuit of a social presence?
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Rather than forcing you to hopscotch from platform to platform, Socialii’s ultra-simplified interface allows you to manage your social presence across multiple pages all in one place. With Socialii, you can publish to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Whatsapp and all the other most popular platforms immediately or you can schedule your posts to go live later.
In fact, Socialii is packed with a bunch of useful features for busy brand managers, including automated posting, email generation, audience targeting and more.
Socialii also offers deep-dive analytics so you’ll always be able to see exactly how your posts are doing as well as mine valuable user insight on your followers, fans and friends.
Socialii can keep your audience interaction on point as well, alerting you to new comments and messages so you can offer up a response or even answer with a pre-written text, saving you loads of time each day.
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Covid-19 celebs: Hayley Wickenheiser puts out social media call for PPE in return for a signed jersey and 'good karma' – National Post
Hockey legend Hayley Wickenheiser has put a call out for masks and other critical medical personal protective equipment for health workers combatting the coronavirus crisis and the public has responded.
On Sunday night, Wickenheiser posted on Twitter, asking her followers to donate any spare equipment they have to the crisis, after receiving “desperate pleas from my frontline friends in Toronto.”
The Olympic gold medallist, who is also an aspiring emergency room physician, asked for 68 boxes of N95 masks, 135 boxes of surgical masks, 135 boxes of gloves and 1,350 chemo gowns.
“I don’t have much to offer in return, maybe a signed jersey, a smile and guaranteed good karma,” she wrote.
The public response was instantaneous.
Within less than an hour of her tweet, a camp director in Markham replied, saying he had 33 boxes of unexpired N95 masks available to send. Another user from Waterloo offered her community’s service to sew specs for chemo gowns, if able to “identify the correct textile.”
Others posted links to facebook groups and suggestions on resources to tap for equipment, i.e., dentists offices, schools etc.
One Canadian celebrity even offered to send personalized videos and Deadpool bobbleheads in exchange for more equipment.
“People who help Hayley get this critical PPE gear will get something awesome from me,” tweeted Ryan Reynolds. “I’ll send you personalized videos. I’ll sign whatever you want. I’ll send Deadpool Bobbleheads and/or movie memorabilia.”
” I’ll even raise your children as if they were my own – which trust me, you do NOT want. Any help will be rewarded generously,” he added.
Both Wickenheiser and Reynolds have been active voices in the Canadian fight against the pandemic. In the past weeks Wickenheiser successfully lobbied for the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and has been vocal on the anxiety athletes face when having to train under the threat of a global disease.
Last week, Reynolds joined a slew of other celebrities posting videos urging fans to stay home. He also paid a surprise virtual visit to children at SickKids hospital and talked to his young fans about the costumes he wore in Deadpool and his favourite food.
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