The MacGyver Approach to Marketing Strategies for Education

The MacGyver Approach to Marketing Strategies for Education
by Bart Caylor ·

I have been reliving the 80′s with my kids. They have discovered the Netflix cache of MacGyver episodes and find them fascinating … Continue reading »

Social Media Faux Pas: #21-#25

Social Media Faux Pas: #21-#25
by Stacy Jagodowski ·

It just keeps getting better … or worse, depending on how you look at it. #fauxfive part 5 21. False … Continue reading »

Three Ways to Harness the Powers of Google Plus for Education

Three Ways to Harness the Powers of Google Plus for Education
by Mike Miles ·

Nearing its third birthday, Google Plus isn’t the ghost town you might have claimed it was in the past. Today, … Continue reading »

Social Media Faux Pas: #16-#20

Social Media Faux Pas: #16-#20
by Stacy Jagodowski ·

Let’s keep this party going … social media #fauxfive part 4:   16. CAPS LOCK ABUSE THERE’S NO NEED FOR EVERY … Continue reading »

222 People to Circle on Google Plus

222 People to Circle on Google Plus
by Brendan Schneider ·

I’ve been pretty hard on Google Plus on my own blog: 10 Reasons Why I Hate Google Plus and Google Plus is Dead. Most of my initial dislike of Google’s latest social network came from, in my opinion, other people’s over-reaction to the launch of Google Plus. Continue reading »

Google Wave Sunsetting… a cautionary tale?

Google Wave Sunsetting… a cautionary tale?
by William Stites ·

Late last month I got an email from Google (see below) letting me know that Google Wave would be sunsetting … Continue reading »

Getting Started with Google+ Pages

Getting Started with Google+ Pages
by Madeline Riley ·

Google+ pages are now accessible for businesses, and your schools should be in the mix.   In a recent webinar, … Continue reading »

Google Plus Pages are Here!

Google Plus Pages are Here!
by William Stites ·

Yesterday my Twitter stream was full of tweets that Google Plus Page were now available to the public. The long-awaited feature … Continue reading »

Why They’re Not Going to Leave Facebook

Why They’re Not Going to Leave Facebook
by Drew Millikin ·

Author’s note: This post originally appeared on my blog, www.drewmillikin.com. ÂOnly after much reassurance that it wasn’t complete garbage or … Continue reading »

Google+ Just Became a Better Option for Educators

Google+ Just Became a Better Option for Educators
by Matthew Clobridge ·

Update: An FYI that currently, Google+ is only open to individuals who are 18+. My guess is that when they … Continue reading »