Whats the frequency, Twitter

Posted by Higher Ed Marketing 02-25-2014 8:09 am


I guess by now we’re all aware that with Twitter, the more frequently we post, the greater the opportunity that our posts will be seen and acted upon. But how much is too much This is something I’ve thought about since Guy Kawasaki brought it...



Smartphones/Twitter in the classroom, an update

Posted by InsideTimsHead 02-25-2014 7:49 am


Before this semester, I blogged about changing the syllabus of our “Media Copywriting” course (BRC328) to not only discard the old “put your smartphones away in class” trope but to even encourage and embrace the use of technology &...



How to Ensure That All of Your Team Meetings End on a Positive Note

Posted by .eduGuru 02-24-2014 10:39 am


As a writer who has covered business and education in both New York City and Los Angeles for more than a decade, I’ve discovered that good, positive meetings have several things in common. The bad ones – of which there seem to be far more than...



Their Is No Line Between Personal And Business Social Media

Posted by CKSyme.com 02-24-2014 10:06 am


Over the weekend we saw another episode of Social Media Gone Wild that cost Greg Featherstone, an Assistant Athletic Director at TCU, his job. There are so many layers of trouble here I dont know where to start. In the discussion about social media pri...



There Is No Line Between Personal And Business Social Media

Posted by CKSyme.com 02-24-2014 10:06 am


Over the weekend we saw another episode of Social Media Gone Wild that cost Greg Featherstone, an Assistant Athletic Director at TCU, his job. There are so many layers of trouble here I dont know where to start. In the discussion about social media pri...



Suffolk 365: An innovative integrated #hesm campaign to reach out to alums, students & more

Posted by College Web Editor 02-24-2014 7:40 am


We live in a world of multiple media, channels, audiences, goals, publishers and so on. Unfortunately, it’s very rare to find anything truly unique today – except maybe time, the time you can spend investing on your marketing and communication...



The Future (Part III): Can We Predict the Future of Alumni Relations

Posted by Alumni Futures 02-24-2014 12:01 am


This is the third and final article adapted from my alumni relations keynote at CASE V in Chicago (December 2013), Alumni Relations & Advancement's Future: 3 Questions. "My interest is in the future, because I am going to spend the rest of my life ther...



HEBRON Magazine Published

Posted by Geoff Campbell 02-23-2014 6:59 pm


The last few months have been, as always, busy ones in the Hebron communications office. There’s always something to be posted or updated and new projects to work on but once in a while there’s something that is a finished piece that’s w...



HEBRON Magazine (Photos)

Posted by Geoff Campbell 02-23-2014 6:59 pm


The last few months have been, as always, busy ones in the Hebron communications office. There’s always something to be posted or updated and new projects to work on but once in a while there’s something that is a finished piece that’s w...



Video at Hebron

Posted by Geoff Campbell 02-23-2014 6:31 pm


In many communications offices, priorities can shift quickly depending on the needs of other departments and subject to photo opportunities and important events. Thankfully at Hebron, we’ve been able to dedicate time to providing our audiences with ...