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What I learned about Change at eduWeb 2014

Change is the reason we attend conferences like eduWeb. Each session is chock-full of ideas, tasks, and strategies that we can implement to improve our website. Some changes are small adjustments, while others are grander, but all change should be viewed as the momentum that carr.... Read more


 

 

 

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OmniUpdate President & CEO Lance Merker Wins 2014 Summit Award for Industry Excellence

Aug 8, 2014

OmniUpdate President & CEO Lance Merker received the 2014 Summit Award for Industry Excellence from the eduWeb Digital Summit. The award was presented on August 5 at the eduWeb Conference in Baltimore, MD.

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E-Expectations: 5 Facts to Help You Market to College-Bound Students

Aug 6, 2014 College-bound students can be fickle - on Facebook one day and Snapchat the next. Abandoning email, and then getting back into it again. So, we surveyed 1,000 high school seniors about how they prefer to be reached online. This important data should be shared with everyone at you...

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Analytics Gadgets: Data at Your Fingertips

Jul 29, 2014 It's no secret that web analytics are the essential tool you need to unlock the mysteries of web visitors. Without analytics, you have little chance of understanding where visitors came from and what they are doing when they arrive. Welcome the integration of OU Campus and Google...

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Top Ten for Version 10

Jul 24, 2014 No blog would be complete without at least one top ten list! My list of top ten features in OU Campus version 10 includes modernized interface, icons, drag-and-drop functionality, notifications, reports integration and standardization, and the list goes on. What took the number o...

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Small Web Team: When Buying a CMS Makes Sense (Part III)

Jul 17, 2014 The web used to be seen as a task or project belonging to either IT or Marketing. There is only a minor reference to it in their long list of responsibilities. Then one day they realize they've been ambushed. They find themselves accountable, perhaps unofficially, for what's happ...