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4/16/2014

To Post or Not to Post, That is the Question

A surprisingly common refrain we hear from admissions offices is "We take a hands-off approach when it comes to social media". We most often hear it in reference to Facebook Class of 20XX Groups. The Logic of the Hands-Off Approach The logic of the Hands-O
4/16/2014

Admitted Student Communities

In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine discusses the best techniques to manage admitted student communities with Lougan Bishop, Social Media & Digital Marketing Specialist at Belmont University, Meghan Bates, a student at Texas State U
4/16/2014

Admitted Student Communities

In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine discusses the best techniques to manage admitted student communities with Lougan Bishop, Social Media & Digital Marketing Specialist at Belmont University, Meghan Bates, a student at Texas State U
4/16/2014

Owning My Privileges

There’s a certain level of privilege when we start telling others to conform/adopt our beliefs. When we tell others that they “should” do things in certain ways because that’s how we think things ought to be, sometimes we forget not
4/15/2014

Providing Training: A New Model

When we are a solo or a small shop, so much of what we do is focused around finding ways to work smarter, saving as much of our time and resources to do the good things our institutions need to move forward.  One of the biggest problems I find is dealing
4/15/2014

Providing Training: A New Model

When we are a solo or a small shop, so much of what we do is focused around finding ways to work smarter, saving as much of our time and resources to do the good things our institutions need to move forward.  One of the biggest problems I find is dealing
4/15/2014

Mobile Search Strategies for Student Recruitment

As higher education marketing rapidly goes mobile, colleges and universities are rushing to keep up with the tech preferences and capabilities of their incoming students. According to a recent report by Zinch and Uversity, 97% of teenaged U.S. prospective

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