Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014

Top Blog Posts of 2014

The end of the year is traditionally a time to look back and reflect. One way to reflect is to evaluate what has worked and what hasn’t worked with regard to blog posts. I was recently checking my Google Analytics and thought I would share my Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014. 1. How to Start Using […]

The Real Social Media On 9/11

The REAL Social Media on 9-11

I remember the incredibly blue sky, probably the most beautiful blue sky I have ever seen. I remember the scarce, wispy white clouds dotting the horizon. I remember the clean, crisp, cool air fill my lungs. I remember the exact spot were I was standing when I heard that a plane flew into the first […]

Should Schools Bother With Instagram?

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This is a guest post by Mike Leembruggen – Mike is an online marketing enthusiast, having started as an I.T support officer in a school, and then to running his own digital agency, he now offers marketing advice and software development services to schools and universities across the globe. Should Schools Bother With Instagram? The […]

People are Talking About You…Without You

People are Talking About You…Without You

This is a guest post by Chuck Bankoff – Chuck has been a Digital Marketing strategist since 1999 and is an International speaker, author and trainer to other internet consultants on 5 continents. Chuck manages the Kreative Webworks team of website development and web presence optimization specialists who created Charter School Marketing to help schools […]

Show, Don’t Tell Marketing Made Easier With iPhone Video

Show, Don’t Tell Marketing Made Easier With iPhone Video

<div class=“content-box-blue“>This is a guest post by Matthew Taylor. Matthew is the Director of Strategic Communications at Ravenscroft School located in Raleigh, NC. </div> I inherited a strong communications program when I started working at Ravenscroft. One of the efforts I immediately fell in love with is called Classroom Connection. It’s a blog that offers […]

My 3 Favorite Social Media Sites for Schools

Favorite Social Media Sites for Schools

I’m often asked what are my favorite social media sites for schools and my answer might surprise you. I hear this questions a lot when schools begin thinking about where they would like to maintain a social media presence or expand their existing social media presence. There are a number of factors that I consider […]

Parent’s Guide and Tutorial for Twitter

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This post originally appeared on Sewickley Academy’s Private School Blog. At Sewickley Academy we’ve seen steady growth in the number of our students who use Twitter. We’ve also seen a decrease in the number of our students who are participating on Facebook – maybe it’s because of the increase in the number of their parents […]