It’s Time To Vote For Your Favorite Guest Blogger

Did you enjoy the guest posts last week?  I enjoyed taking a week off blogging, although I still had to manage and publish everything, but still…  This contest has been a smashing success beyond anything I could have imagined, but now it’s time for YOU to vote on who you want to see continue to blog on .eduGuru on a regular basis.

How Do I Vote

I created a little survey to let you vote for up to three of your favorite guest bloggers.  The second page of the survey is completely voluntary, but we would love for you to give us some feedback about the experience of the site and some ideas we have going forward.  Because it’s a survey yes you could go vote as many times as you want, but we are going to hold everyone on the honor system to just vote once.  Voting closes Midnight Saturday November 29th, so you have plenty of time to reread the posts and even do some digging on each blogger if you so choose.  Right now I don’t know how many winners we will have, hoping to see how the voting goes, but I know we will add more than one person to the team.

Vote for your favorite Bloggers: .eduGuru Blogger(s) Search
Voting Closed

Winners will be announced December 1st.  Thank you for your support.

Quick Recap of our Guest Bloggers

  1. Top Down and Bottom Up: Integrating Grassroots and Social Media Efforts
    Jessica A. Krywosa, Director of Web Communication at Suffolk University
    Blog Viraligious©
    Networking Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook

  2. Xenu: Not just for Broken Links.
    Chris Falzone, Web Developer at Edinboro University
    Personal blog
    Networking Twitter and LinkedIn

  3. Writing content to the lowest common denominator??
    George Sackett, Content Supervisor in the Community Relations office of St. Louis Community College
    Networking Twitter and LinkedIn

  4. Change Is Not an Administrative Policy. It’s a Social Movement.
    Nikki Massaro Kauffman, Technology Training Coordinator for Penn State University Libraries
    Blog In Clear Text
    Networking Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and SlideShare

  5. Marketing to the Village
    Eduardo Merille, Associate Director of Marketing at Florida International University
    Personal blog
    Networking Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

  6. Do Numbers Have Enough Value?
    Rachel Reuben, Director of Web Communication & Strategic Projects at the State University of New York at New Paltz
    Networking Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook

  7. Help Me, Help You: Keeping your edge in High Ed
    Jonathan Steffens, Internet Adminstrator Expert at the University of Missouri
    Blog Vagabond by Nature
    Networking Twitter, LinkedIn, and Flickr

  8. I had dinner with Chris Brogan: Real implications for social media
    Kathleen VanderVelde, Communications Manager at Davenport University
    Blogs davenblogger & Things I’ve Seen
    Networking Twitter and LinkedIn

  9. Why Do We Fall Down? So That We Can Learn How to Pick Our Self Up!
    Paul Prewitt
    , Electronic Communications Coordinator at the University of Arkansas Alumni Association
    Blog Draftmotif
    Networking Twitter and LinkedIn

  10. Tracking Flash Interaction with Google Analytics
    Nick DeNardis, Associate Director of Web Communications at Wayne State University
    Blogs Web Communications BlogEDU Checkup, and personal blog
    Networking Twitter and LinkedIn

This post was written by:

Kyle James

Kyle James - who has written 227 posts on .eduGuru

Kyle is currently the Customer in Residence at HubSpot, a Co-Founder at nuCloud and  formerly the webmaster at Wofford College. Kyle is an active contributor in the social media spectrum. Although his background is technical, he claims to know a thing or two about marketing, but mostly that revolves around SEO, analytics, blogging, and social media. He has spoken at multiple national conferences and done countless webinars on topics ranging from e-mail marketing to social media and Web analytics. He's definitely a fairly nice guy.

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8 Responses to “It’s Time To Vote For Your Favorite Guest Blogger”

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    Bradjward Says:

    May the best blogger win! Great work, everyone.


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    Chris Falzone Says:

    Great work everyone, I really enjoyed everyone’s post.

    Good Luck!


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    Nikki Massaro Kauffman Says:

    It’s been really interesting reading what the other guest bloggers have had to say.

    Thanks for providing this opportunity to connect with more people!


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    Ron Bronson Says:

    I’ve enjoyed the feature.


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    kathleen vandervelde Says:

    Hey everyone - great posts, fun contest. Thanks for reading and thanks, gurus, for the opportunity. I just can’t decide!


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    Andrew Careaga Says:

    This has been a great feature and service to us. Thanks!



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