Tag: content

Monitoring Your Website?

Websites are essential for your organization and your brand, and not providing a good user experience could lower your credibility. Improve your website by monitoring and segmenting your traffic and conducting a content audit.

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Digital Signage, Here to Stay

Equipping your institution with digital signage is more achievable now than ever before, regardless of budget. The cost of hardware is consistently coming down, and with the affordability of touchscreens and the creative ways to streamline and repurpose your content for the displays, it’s a great time to begin or retool your current system.

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Internalization of a New Logo

Last week, I noted in a blog that Shenandoah University roled out their new logo to a lot of fanfare and hoopla. It has been a week since SU’s new logo has launched publicly and the students are already internalizing it and making it their own. Students created two versions of a beautiful and emotionally … Continue reading Internalization of a New Logo

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CONTENT CURATION: Making Information Meaningful Again

With an average of 600 tweets per second; 900,000 blog posts per day; 13 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every hour; and 700,000,000 photos uploaded to Facebook monthly, if your brain isn’t already screaming information overload it shortly will be! Visit here for more mind-blowing web stats. Enter the age of content curation. Blogging, tweeting, posting … Continue reading CONTENT CURATION: Making Information Meaningful Again

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Dynamic Social Media Content Within your Website

Most of us know how to use Facebook Fan Pages, Twitter, and many other forms of social media. But do you know how to implement and stylize dynamic content from these services on your institution’s website?

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