Introducing Never Left College
I created yet another blog category, called Never Left College. This is fairly typical of what happens to me after a conference. This blog will focus on all things that related to the education side of my career. You may recognize a few posts, but from here on in, this is the “education drawer”.
What I’ve learned from the EduWeb Conference
Ok, now that I’ve had time to recuperate and time to review and absorb nearly everything all eduweb2008, I have time to put in my 2 dollars (hey, that’s inflation for ya.) In the session How to Accelerate your Search Marketing Campaigns in Education by Jennifer Brady, University of Massachusetts & Dave Reske, NowSpeed Inc, …
Local NYC radio stations getting personal with postcards
Not even hours after returning from the eduWeb 2008 conference, I find a postcard in my mailbox from a local New York City Metro radio station. This is what it said: “Bonus Chance to Instantly Win Visit *www.FirstName.LastName.winwithRadioStation.com Your personal instant Win Code: *********** ” If you are in the NYC Area, you probably know…
Recruiting 2.1: An update on the revolution of Student Recruiting
“Stories not stats. People not programs” “Ignore the competitors and listen to your gut.” Technorati Tags: eduweb2008, recruiting, admissions, education, higher+education
How to Acclerate your Search Engine Marketing Campaigns in Education
“You are never done.” This is the mantra of most search engine marketing professionals. You can just set it and forget it.
It’s the End of the Web as We Know it
Web 2.0 was about connecting people to each other. Web 3.0 will be about creating people to devices i.e. Minority Report