Tweet Admissions Advice (Ask the School Experts Twitter Chats)
Share your insights with prospective students live on Twitter
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On the second Wednesday of each month, we give you the opportunity to share your advice on a variety of admissions topics live on Twitter.
What is a Twitter Chat?
For one hour, live on Twitter, prospective students ask questions and you respond via Twitter. In between student questions we also interview you informally on issues that affect today's graduate management students in a question and answer format. Past topics have included corporate social responsibility, the importance of the GMAT® exam in admissions, and how to use social media to create a personal brand. Prospective students follow along and ask questions using the #mbachat hashtag.
Participating in a Twitter Chat lets you share your insights and advice with prospective students from around the world. You'll also benefit by:
- Connecting with students: Students will ask their top-of-mind questions about the graduate management application process.
- Expanding your social media networks: Past participants in our monthly chats have reported significant increases in their Twitter followers and Facebook fans.
- Learning About Social Media: Learn how to conduct a social media event. If your school is looking for ways to use social media in your recruitment process, this event is a great first step.
The bottom line: Your involvement leads to more exposure for you and your program. Find out who's participating.
Who can participate?
Admissions professionals from GMAT accepting programs are encouraged to participate in this free opportunity. If you do not currently accept GMAT scores but would like to learn more, visit the Start Accepting GMAT Exam Scores page.
How are Twitter Chats promoted?
You and your school will be featured on the home page of the mba.com website leading up to your chat date. You will also be featured in the Ask the School Experts Blog and the Twitter Chat will be promoted on our Official GMAT Facebook (over 173,000 Likes) and Twitter (over 9,400 followers) pages, as well as in promotional emails.
How many students follow the OfficialGMAT Twitter page?
There are currently more than 9,400 followers.
How do I get started?
Submit your Participate in Promotional Opportunities form and we will contact you to coordinate a time and set of topics, as well as provide any necessary information and tips.
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