Social Media Faux Pas: #11-#15

Social Media Faux Pas: #11-#15
by Stacy Jagodowski ·

Well, this has officially become a series. Apparently, there are enough social media faux pas to warrant multiple blogs. And … Continue reading »

Nine Things To Do Now (Post CASE-NAIS)

Nine Things To Do Now (Post CASE-NAIS)
by Josh Loftin ·

Last week, I joined hundreds of fellow education marketers and fundraisers in Orlando for the annual CASE-NAIS conference. Even a … Continue reading »

5 Social Media Faux Pas

5 Social Media Faux Pas
by Stacy Jagodowski ·

We are all guilty of these relatively obvious social media faux pas, but being human, we commit these crimes time … 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 »

Time for a Social Media Audit?

Time for a Social Media Audit?
by Liza Fisher Norman ·

Websites, viewbooks, Facebook, annual fund appeals, Twitter, magazines, YouTube, signage, e-news, ads, blogs. All of these are just a sampling … Continue reading »

Disciplined Play is an Important Part of Creativity

Disciplined Play is an Important Part of Creativity
by Hans Mundahl ·

Although there seems to be broad consensus that creativity is an important skill for 21st century learners and business leaders … Continue reading »

How Often Should You Post During the Summer?

How Often Should You Post During the Summer?
by Cassie Dull ·

School’s out, families are off to the beaches, kids are busy with camps, sports, sleepovers and s’mores by the campfire. Summer is in full swing. What happens to your social media strategy during the summer months? Continue reading »

Teens & Social Media: 5 Highlights of Pew Study

Teens & Social Media: 5 Highlights of Pew Study
by Josh Loftin ·

This week, the Pew Center released an in-depth report about social media use by teenagers that included some surprising and encouraging trends. Anyone who works with (or markets to) the high school demographic should consider the report a must-read. Continue reading »

Interactive Video (Part Two): Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker

Interactive Video (Part Two): Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker
by Robin Neal ·

To my shock and horror, my students claimed to have never seen a PopUp Video. They were vaguely aware of VH1 and suspected that some old people still watch it? If it even exists? We were brainstorming uses of Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker, and I was sharing that a colleague had a great idea of using the free online tool to make a PopUp video of a presidential debate. Continue reading »

Student Involvement Sparks Growth in Twitter Followers

Student Involvement Sparks Growth in Twitter Followers
by Rob Johnson ·

At La Salle College High School, we’ve been seriously involved in Social Media since about 2010, with a growing buy-in from … Continue reading »