How to Get Creative with Your Facebook Video

How to Get Creative with Your Facebook Video
by Cody Barbierri ·

Facebook hasn’t hidden the fact that lately it prefers that you post video, which is now receiving 6x the sharing … Continue reading »

5 Ways To Make it Easier For Others to Share Your Content

5 Ways To Make it Easier For Others to Share Your Content
by Marisa Peacock ·

I spend a lot of time curating content. I read a lot of articles, blog posts and other notable web-based … Continue reading »

Four Things You Need To Know About Online Learning

Four Things You Need To Know About Online Learning
by Hans Mundahl ·

(Image Source: Hype Cycle CC BY SA 3.0)   Here’s how the hype cycle works: something new comes out and everyone … Continue reading »

Part Two: The Social Media Dos and Don’ts for Students (Applying to College)

Part Two: The Social Media Dos and Don’ts for Students (Applying to College)
by Rebekka Goldberg ·

I thought I would compile some additional resources that discuss the use of social media and college admissions. The articles provide various scenarios, information, and advice. Continue reading »

Breaking News: Area School Upset with Facebook Promoted Posts

Breaking News: Area School Upset with Facebook Promoted Posts
by Joel F. W. Price ·

I fully recognize that it’s a nuisance when something you’re used to changes how it looks and functions. For the purpose of this post, let’s take Facebook as the example. Here is a great look at how Facebook has changed looks over the years. Do you remember getting angry over any/all of these changes? Continue reading »

Instantly Actionable Ways To Leverage Twitter, with Dan Shure

Instantly Actionable Ways To Leverage Twitter, with Dan Shure
by Madeline Riley ·

Social media is all about people. In the world of education, this is no different. In fact, it’s essential!

To use Twitter effectively, you have to capture the attention and engagement of the right people. See how in this webinar recap with Dan Shure. Continue reading »

Pinterest: What’s in it for you?

Pinterest: What’s in it for you?
by Ali Yares ·

Pinterest started two years ago sort of like a bulletin board for sharing ideas. In the last year, it has … 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 »

Social Media & Branding: Composing a Cohesive Tune

Social Media & Branding: Composing a Cohesive Tune
by Madeline Riley ·

  You can recite your school’s branding like a childhood lullaby, but are you whistling the same tune when you … Continue reading »

Kickstarter – They’re Doing It Better Than We Are

Kickstarter – They’re Doing It Better Than We Are
by Mandy Wynn ·

Suddenly I have received a slew of emails asking me to support projects listed on kickstarter.com, the self-proclaimed “largest funding platform … Continue reading »