Tag Archive | "engagement"

Building Your Own Listening Post

Building Your Own Listening Post

The basic concept of the social web and Web 2.0 is one of conversations and user generated content.  Engagement.  Interaction.  My focus today is on the former, with a dab of latter.  Universities are much like other big brands, people talk about us in a lot of places, in a lot of ways, both good [...]

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Simple status & engagement on Facebook

Simple status & engagement on Facebook

Last week I updated our university’s Facebook Fan Page status to say: I thought it might get a comment, or like, or two, but was absolutely floored to find this volume of response, most of which came within the same hour I posted.

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I’m Marching to My Own Tune. Better Get Used to It.

If you’ve read my posts on In Clear Text, you’ve already pegged me as some Bob Sutton fan-girl (among other things), but apparently were interested enough to keep reading me here on .eduGuru.  If I’m new to you, well, certain Nikki-isms are not apparent enough for me to worry about avoiding.  Win-win!

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