- Campus screens
- Creative project request
- Events calendar
- Google Analytics request
- SFU news/story idea
- Social media content
- URL requests
- Website request
- Weekly events and announcements newsletter
- Request avatars
- Creative support
- C&M staff
Social media content
Where do I submit my content?
For SFU story ideas and amplification requests for existing content use the online content submission form. Content ideas are reviewed daily. You should receive a response within one to two business days of submitting a content idea or amplification request. If you have not received a response, please email Jeff Hodson (email@example.com).
What content do we amplify?
Before you submit content for amplification, learn more about our submission guidelines.
SFU’s corporate channels are designed to appeal to broad audiences and priority is given to:
- Events and stories that tie into SFU's strategic initiatives and institutional priorities.
- SFU news and events aligned to the purpose and audiences of our channels.
- Third-party news and events where SFU is directly involved.
What kinds of photos should I select for digital?
Photos are essential to making content engaging online, but not just any photo will do. Photos need to appeal to the target audience, work for the channel and support the story you want to tell. Here are some visual guidelines below to get started:
- Avoid stock images where possible
- Avoid headshots
- Include no more than two subjects
- Use photos of real SFU people
- Include action shots of people engaged in their work or environment
- Have people looking into the camera
- Represent diversity
- Keep the scene clean/simple
- Make sure you have permission/copyright to use the image
- Shoot with more space around the subject, so it can be cropped afterward