The following is a training module that describes how to create content and distribute content on our social media accounts.
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How to create social media content for DMVStream
STEP 1 – Receive email from supervisor
Each Monday, your supervisor will send you an email about game assignments, where you can then check the ‘Game Assignments‘ spreadsheet.
STEP 2 – Create product pages for the Washington Post videos
This step is very important, and the steps should be followed thoroughly.
- Watch the videos on allmetsports.com, vetting them to make sure spelling of athlete names and school names are correct.
- Create product pages for each of the videos published at allmetsports.com that evening. Below is a video that explains how to create products at DMVStream.com.
STEP 3 – Tweet out Washington Post videos to athletes from the winning team
Below is an example of a tweet for a Washington Post video package, from the DMVStream Twitter account.
— DMVSTREAM.COM (@DMVStream) January 16, 2016
Deadline: Washington Post videos should be tweeted out within 8 hours of the video being published at allmetsports.com.
STEP 4 – Tweet out the PrepZone episode to athletes from both teams
Make sure to include the time stamp for where the segment starts in the tweet. Tweet out the recap segments, previews, and any other content segments to the athletes from teams mentioned. Make sure to also tag the talent that was on that week’s episode. Below are examples of PrepZone tweets. Studio content should be tweeted out by midnight each Wednesday evening after taping.
— DMVSTREAM.COM (@DMVStream) January 21, 2016
Deadline: PrepZone content should be tweeted out within 3 hours of the content being published at DMVStream.com.
STEP 5 – Share everything on Facebook and Twitter
Each of the posts should be tweeted out via the DMVStream Twitter account and shared on the DMVStream.com Facebook page.
Now that you have completed the training material, please take the next step and take the exam. The exam is an “open-book” test, meaning that you can refer to the training material to find the best answer. The exam is a way to help our team learn more about your aptitude for the material that has been presented to you. You will not be permitted to move forward with this role without successfully completing the exam. TAKE THE EXAM