I do it. I admit it. But it’s usually a last resort, or for something that needs quick turnaround. I’m talking about email interviews.
When I have ample time, especially when it comes to magazine features and news stories, it’s hands down just better to interview someone in person–or at the very least, over the [...]
After taking two eight-week terms off (for travel purposes — Yellowstone Trip and HighEdWeb), I am happy to be back in the swing of this with the MBA program at Elizabethtown College. This term, it’s Global Business Strategies. While I don’t think I’ll ever be involved in international business, at least at a [...]
(NOTE: This is not a rant. This is truly meant to be an inspirational post with an (unsolicited, of course) idea on how to make a great event better. I am not a fundraising professional so these are just opinions based on my own thoughts, feelings and ideas and they in no way represent any [...]
I attended my first eduWeb conference last week. There, I presented in the marketing track a presentation called “No Such Thing as TMI: How to Create a Culture of (Content) Sharing”. I was stoked to return to Boston, meet new higher ed web friends, reconnect with other higher ed pals, and also visit [...]
Thanks to Google Alerts, I was delighted to find the one of Elizabethtown College’s Pinterest boards made it into the post “20 Best College Pin Board Ideas for Pinterest” over at SaveDelete.com. This is a blog I hadn’t seen before, so I also was happy to find new reading material.
This post highlighted [...]
I’ve been lax about blogging. I know. But a fun new tool I found (via Twitter of course) inspired me to blog today. Visual.ly allows you to create and customize a variety of different infographics, pulling in data from websites like Twitter and Facebook. Infographics are an incredible way to present information in a fun [...]
I’m am super excited to announce that I will be hosting two social media presentations at Elizabethtown College, where I work as the integrated marketing manager. These events, while hosted on campus, are open to the general public — and are free. Both sessions are the same; there is just a day and evening one [...]
I’ve been bad. I haven’t updated this blog as I said I would a few weeks–er, I mean months–ago, back when I said I’d be back. Truth be told, so many exciting things have been happening lately that blogging had to take a back seat. Heck, it wasn’t even in the back seat; it was [...]
I’ve taken a hiatus from blogging. It’s not that I didn’t want to blog. It’s not that I’ve had nothing to blog about. (Quite the opposite in fact!) It’s just that time slipped away. It happens to the best and worst of us, right? I discourage people form blogging if they can’t keep up with [...]
You can’t fit ten pounds of sh-tuff in a five-pound bag. That’s the (cliché) analogy I included in one of my slides for a content workshop I am doing this morning. I’ve been thinking a lot about web content lately.
A few weeks ago at work, we had the CEO of our web [...]
Hello! I’m Donna…