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What’s up in higher ed this week?

Karine Joly has published a weekly email newsletter (on Wednesday mornings) since December 2008.

Check out this week’s selection of articles, blog posts and news stories, carefully curated to help higher ed digital professionals like you keep up with what matters!

Top 5 most popular articles according to the Email Newsletter Subscribers

Why duplicating Web content creates risk
From University of St Andrews

3 questions on content to Tia Linder, Assistant Director of Online Communications at Fordham University
From Higher Ed Experts

Remember When Social Media Engagement Was Free? It Still Is.
From Inside Higher Ed

Blowing the Whistle on Rankings in College Recruitment
From Encoura

Dealing with social media trolls and other online outlaws
From Inside Higher Ed

Other news

College Board AP Data [CHARTS]
From Higher Ed Data Stories

Which Social Network Is Best For Video Content?
From Matt Horne

A Very Social Valentine’s Day at UMich
From University of Michigan

Starting an Alumni Board
From Alumni Futures

Procrastination in Higher Ed, Good and Bad
From Inside Higher Ed

Why should your team watch the 2018 Higher Ed Analytics Conference?
From College web Editor

Western Kentucky University to Cut 140 Jobs
From Inside Higher Ed

Making Ad Metrics Clearer
From Facebook

Twitter is (finally) cracking down on bots
From TechCrunch

Google debuts AdSense “auto ads” machine learning to make placement and monetization choices
From TechCrunch

Despite backlash to the redesign, Snapchat downloads are up
From TechCrunch

Why LinkedIn Groups Can Be Great for Businesses (and How to Create a Successful One)
From Buffer

Top 5 most popular newsletter articles from last week [Twitter VIDEO]
From Twitter

Watch HEA18, Snapchat Analytics, Stop-Motion, Animoji & Content Performance Quotient
From Higher Ed Experts

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