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ICYMI: A Weekly Roundup of Our Top Posts on Social Media

A lot can happen in a week, which is why we are constantly updating our social media channels to let you know the latest in design, development, and marketing

A lot can happen in a week, which is why we are constantly updating our social media channels to let you know the latest in design, development, and marketing news. But we know it can be hard to keep up. Enter eCity’s weekly roundup – your one-stop shop for our top five most shared, favorited, and retweeted posts of the week.

And if you’re not already following us on social media – be sure to check us out. We regularly update our Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook accounts with eCity news, and share information on the latest industry trends and topics of discussion.

1. A Sneaky Way to Build Better Email Lists

Sometimes, it’s the slower college fairs that, if used correctly, facilitate meaningful conversations that forge a connection and open the door to your university for a student that wasn’t seriously considering your school before. This post highlights ways to take advantage of these slow college fairs to build more segmented email lists.

2. 5 New Social Platform Features You Need to Know About

With so many social media platforms to keep track of, it can be hard to keep up with small updates to each platform that could potentially have a big impact on your social media strategy. This post conveniently gives you the rundown of five smaller changes and features that are currently being trialed by some major platforms.

3. 75 Content Ideas for Your University or College Blog

Creating a blog for your university or college is a no-brainer, but coming up with content on a weekly or daily basis for that blog is another matter entirely. This post saves you time by providing countless blog content ideas prospective students will love. Trust us when we say there is something on this list for everyone.

4. 10 Super Savvy Social Media Strategies for 2017

The end of the year is fast approaching, and it’s likely that you’ve already begun thinking up your social media strategy for 2017. To help you out, Social Media Explorer polled some of the savviest sages in social media to give you advice on how to navigate the social landscape in the upcoming year.

5. 3 Quick Wins to Improve Your Nonprofit’s Website

Marketing success doesn’t always come from a big campaign that takes weeks, or even months, of planning. Hubspot highlights three areas of your website where you can make some quick changes that can have a lasting impact.