Why your higher ed school needs a crisis plan for future Facebook (and other social media) changes

A quick history of the Facebook-Friendly Strategy at Facebook Facebook has broken the discourse for billions of people with its content-feeding algorithm informed by sophisticated analytics and behavioral psychology. First, Facebook turned “friend” into a verb, a goal in itself, as we were all pushed a decade ago “to friend” as many people as possible, […]

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  • This course helps you learn so much about Google Analytics.
    We had Analytics running for our website but didn’t realize how much we were under-utilizing it. Do not be scared to try this course – you will be pleasantly surprised at how much you can do through this tool.


    Kristin Williams, West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Kristin Williams, West Chester University of Pennsylvania,
    Web Analytics for Higher Ed Course Alum
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  • I would highly recommend this course to anyone who has a passion for Higher Ed Marketing. The insights, structure and collaborative nature of the class made it a high impact experience that will surely elevate the quality of my social strategy and practices as I move forward in the field.


    Rebecca Stapley, Nazareth College. Rebecca Stapley, Nazareth College,
    Social Media Marketing for Higher Ed Course Alum

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    Holly LaRose-Roenicke. Holly LaRose-Roenicke, Saginaw Valley State University
    Web Analytics for Higher Ed Course Alum

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