Tag Archive | "blogger"

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 [...]

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Tracking Flash Interaction with Google Analytics

The following is a guest post by Nick DeNardis, Associate Director of Web Communications at Wayne State University.  Nick writes on the Universities Web Communications Blog and is the mastermind behind EDU Checkup video blog which strives to “turn Web Workers into Web Rockstars”!  Besides connecting on his personal blog, you can also connect with [...]

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Tips for Future Higher Ed Bloggers

Last week at Stamats, I was involved in more than a few sidelines conversations about becoming a higher ed blogger.  Some people felt intimidated, as if they didn’t have anything valuable to add to the conversation.  Others were concerned about backlash from their institutions if other employees (or even worse, their bosses) found out about [...]

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HighEdWeb 2008 Twitter’ers

Following the success of my post at eduWEB of Twitter’ers I decided to be a little proactive this time and started a discussion in the HighEdWeb Ning group asking who is on Twitter.  Who would have thought that it would be this successful?

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Links of the Week: 5 Higher Ed Web Blogs You Probably Haven’t Heard of Worth Reading

So last week was probably the first time in six months that I didn’t have a weekly links of the weeks post and I’m going to keep that trend an additional week. Part of being a good blogger is being a good reader and finding out what is going on out in the blogosphere and [...]

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eduWEB 2008 Twitter’ers

eduWEB Conference 2008 has kicked off and it’s already a whirlwind of awesomeness!  I’ll keep updating this post as they come in, but I’m trying to create a place for all the twitter names of everyone who’s at the conference.  It’s already been said multiple times we all need to wear our twitter name on [...]

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The Six Month Post - Revisiting This Blog’s Purpose

.eduGuru was started as a New Year’s resolution and unlike most New Year’s resolutions it is actually still going and quite strongly. I’m almost embarrassed to point back to that inaugural post, Look ma I’m a Blogger, where I attempted to lay a framework for this blog, but it is also a testament to how [...]

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Blog Upgrade: Student Video Blogger

Starting in January we tried something a little different with our First Year Student blogs. As I’ve reported before I had a hunch that prospective students care more about videos, where their parents are more likely to read the student blogs. In a creative effort and some good collaboration we were able to combine the [...]

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Do You Join the Conversation or Stay at a Distance? Comments Welcome!

I’ve noticed over the months that there is a select group of people that seem to comment across the blogs in the Higher Education arena. I’m assuming that there are more individuals following the conversation as BlogHighEd is reporting over 250 RSS subscribers on their site and I’ve got slightly over 75 on a good [...]

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