With over 11m user accounts, Facebook is by a long shot, the most active and engaging social media platform in Australia. Indeed, many Australians spend in excess of 20 hours per month on Facebook, and judging from the number of mobiles around the campus, we reckon our students probably spend at least that!
So we thought we’d send a shout out to all our students and ask if you’ve started following us on Facebook yet?
Check it out here and tell us what you think: www.facebook.com/sageinstituteofmassage
WE LOVE seeing your photos from student participation events like the recent Royal
Melbourne Show collaboration with Smooth FM or the Mind Body Soul Senior Citizens event at the Fitzroy Gardens. Class photos are always a great hit: take a ‘selfie’ on campus and tell us about your day; share a photo of a study buddy; or just join in the conversation with your classmates. Have fun with it!
Tell us about your massage course and the experience you’re having – we want to hear all about your journey with Sage. Sometimes we shine a spotlight on an individual too, like our recent blog post about Sage’s World Champion Powerlifter, Lepak ‘Peks” Nanai , whose inspirational journey never fails to inspire. Let us know who inspires YOU!
Every now and again, your Career Agent, Amy O’Neil will post some FREE giveaways like our recent tickets to the Herald Sun Melbourne Career Expo. She also posts about exciting career opportunities, so watch out for them in your news feed!
Sage Institute of Massage is on Pinterest too. Get on and have a look – and re-pin your favourite photos or send your pics to Amy and we’ll put them up for you.
And for the Twitterati amongst you, Sage will be launching a new Twitter Profile very shortly. Google+, Instagram and YouTube are on their way too, so you can follow, share and like the campus news on the social network of your choice.
Join in the fun – we’ll see you on Facebook!
Sage Institute of Massage – it’s more than a job, it’s a rewarding career.
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