Social Media Guide


A few students asked which social media platforms they should using. While there is no golden rule, here are a few that are worth checking out.









Here’s a helpful article on how to manage your social media presence when it comes to marketing. It focuses on the “the big four social media platforms.”


I’ve gotten to the point where I’d like to step up the production quality a bit (perhaps actually using a mic!). Plus, there are some videos that are just easier to shoot with a person behind the camera.

I currently try to share at least one video a week (the videos range from 1-3 minutes) on my YouTube channel. You can see the videos here – These also get shared through my facebook page and enewsletter.

I’d like to work with someone who could put a couple hours aside and we could shoot 3-4 videos in one day so I could get the whole month done in one shot (so to speak). I pre-write the brief scripts where possible, so the shoots themselves don’t take that long. (For ex, the fall foliage video took me about 45-min to an hour to shoot and that was with me placing the camera and reviewing the footage on the spot.)
I have a few ideas for on site interviews that I’d like to do which would be great to have a camera person for and to actually have someone who could help assist with lighting and editing. Right now I do all the editing, as well.