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New card office Twitter page now live

Visit the dedicated Twitter feed page to see what card offices are up to

Andrew Hudson   ||   Feb 16, 2017  ||   

With the arrival of each wave of new students to campus, comes the need for institutions to evolve to meet the needs and tendencies of their new residents. And while social media resides at the heart of the college life, it can be utilized as a means to boost awareness for your campus card operation, as well.

With this in mind, CR80News has compiled a new page dedicated to the Twitter handles of campus card offices from around the country. The page can be found from the homepage by clicking the "Twitter feeds" tab in the newly redesigned navigation bar.

Of the many social media platforms available, Twitter has seemingly separated itself as the go-to channel for instant communication, and a number of card offices are taking full advantage. Check in with this dedicated page periodically to see how leading card offices are using Twitter to educate and motivate users.

The CR80News editorial team hopes this resource will encourage more card offices to leverage social media, and whether you're already active on the social platforms or not, these feeds can always be a great resource to help card offices come up with new ideas and inspiration during those inevitable creative lulls.

The card office Twitter page is ever evolving, and we encourage any office whose Twitter feed does not appear on the page currently to tweet @CR80News with the details.

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