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Guru Interviews: Shelby Thayer, Penn State University

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Your Social Network: “Everyone’s a Hero in Their Own Way”

Your Social Network: “Everyone’s a Hero in Their Own Way”

I really hate mixing singular and plural pronouns in my title, but if you catch my allusion, well, it was worth it. If you don’t, crawl out from under your rock, take some time out of work-related things, and watch some Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (on iTunes or Hulu or wherever). Last week when I [...]

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Ridiculously Backward Rules for Limiting Your Social Network

Ridiculously Backward Rules for Limiting Your Social Network

One of my resolutions is to expand my social network. It’s actually a goal I continued from last year.  Sometimes I project my own values onto others, so forgive me if I assume this should be a goal for everyone in higher education.  Why wouldn’t you want to connect with more people?  Why wouldn’t you [...]

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The Top 10 Posts of 2008

So this blog was started the beginning of 2008 and since then we have grown to over 600 readers and hopefully helping you actually making a difference in college websites across the country.  I absolutely love the higher education community and the environment this blog has become a hub for over the last year.  I’ll [...]

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Using Redirectors for Offline Campaigns

So in a recent post I discussed Landing Pages and I mentioned offline campaigns and the importance of tracking these campaigns.  So now that we have that knowledge and I’ve also discussed using 301 redirects on your web server to send an individual from one page directly to another we can pull these two pieces [...]

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