Tag Archive | "marketers"

Step away from the computer: When NOT to send a marketing email

Every time you send a message, you are telling your users how much you value them, because you’re asking them to put their time and energy into what you have to say.  Yet all too often, colleges blast out emails without putting half a thought into it and then wonder why their users don’t respond. [...]

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Marketing to the Village

The following is a guest post by Eduardo Merille, Associate Director of Marketing at Florida International University.  Eddie has a personal blog and you also connect with him through Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.  This is the fifth post in the .eduGuru Blogger(s) Search Contest.

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Top Down and Bottom Up: Integrating Grassroots and Social Media Efforts

The following is a guest post by Jessica A. Krywosa, Director of Web Communication at Suffolk University.  Jessica blogs at Viraligious© and you also connect with her through Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.  This is the first of the .eduGuru Blogger(s) Search Contest.

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Links of the Week June 20th, 2008

Since the week started out with such a powerful debate about Higher Education bloggers and their need to market themselves…  hum…  I better just leave it at that.  If you missed out and want to read the whole conversation head on over to Andrew’s post Higher Ed Bloggers: Show Your Power! and you can follow [...]

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Introducing Blog High Ed: Aggregating the Best of Higher Ed Blogs

Matt Herzberger and Brad Ward are the creators of a nice new website called Blog High Ed.

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