Tag: TV

Share the holiday cheer with #EDUholidays

It is time to get in the holiday spirit! Share your school’s holiday greetings with us. We look forward to seeing and recapping all your creative greetings in a special holiday blog post. Happy Holidays and Merry Marketing!

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Vine: Edu Best Practices and Directory

Vine, the six-second video builder app and social network has been growing like a vine. Find out some of the best practices, look through the directory of education accounts, and some inspirational examples from non-educational accounts. Is it just a shiny object or something for you to add to your social media strategy?

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Happy #EDUHolidays from All of You

Thank you for sending us numerous holiday greetings from your educational organizations over the past month. We have collected them and placed them all in one big post. From creative, fun, humorous, to heart warming there is a wide variety of holiday cheer to be found. Here are EDU’s season’s greetings from 2012. Happy Holidays and Merry Marketing!

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The V Factor

Video is the fastest growing, most impactful tool online. That statistics show that, from consuming information to evaluating purchasing decisions, video draws out site visits and drives purchases. If you don’t have a strategy to increase video in your web presence, you are at a distinct disadvantage.

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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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Slaying the Saying (Guest Blog)

Brock University’s marketing and communications team was tasked with creating a new recruitment video. A dubious task for any school – to come up with a creative piece that accurately portrays your brand, captures the attention of the audience, and intrigues them enough to investigate further.

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