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What Social Media Means to Us

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It is time to meet you where you are.

As South Source and South University prepare to expand our online communities, we want to share what social media means to us and how we think it will help us better communicate with you.

Why We Like Social Media

Social media will give South Source the opportunity to engage readers through dialogue, images, and up-to-date information through platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr.

Not only will you be able to keep up with the latest South Source articles, but you can keep your finger on the pulse of the South University campuses by staying informed about campus events, campus news, new program offerings, and alumni success stories.

Where We are Going

Our Facebook page will allow you to connect with us and see when the latest articles are posted and spark conversations with other readers as well as South Source staff.

Twitter will give us the ability to have a deeper level of interaction with our readers. Like Facebook, Twitter will give you a chance to see what is going on with South Source and at South University. It will also be a place where you can take a behind-the-scenes look at our publication and learn a bit more about how we work and develop issue and story ideas.

You Will Help Guide Us

Most importantly, social media gives you an outlet to share your experiences with us. Your feedback will help us to craft the relevant articles in future issues. You will be able to tell us what you think are the important topics related to the business, healthcare, and legal industries, as well as those concerning professional development and your communities.

By asking you questions, reading your comments, and measuring your responses, we can get more in touch with what you want from South Source.

Stay tuned.

Author: Darice Britt

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