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1. 6 Hugely Successful Higher Ed Social Media Days of Giving
In the past few years, schools of all sizes have begun harnessing the power of crowdfunding and social media to increase engagement among a diverse range of alumni and donors. This post highlights 6 schools that have successfully sparked thousands of donations through social media days of giving.
2. 4 Helpful Tools for Organizing Your Social Media Calendar
With so many social networks to manage and publish on, staying organized can be a challenge for even the most diligent of content marketers. This post from Hubspot highlights four free tools marketers can use to makes their lives easier and improve their social media strategy.
3. How to Use A/B Testing in Your Website Design to Boost Conversions
A/B testing offers one of the most effective methods of figuring out what will work best for your website’s design. In this post, we offer tips on how to use A/B testing to optimize your website design without changing every element at once.
4. Survey: Video Is Now Integral to Higher Education
According to this survey, young adults watch about 12 hours of online video per week. This post from EdTech highlights some of the creative ways educators and administrators are using video on campus.
5. Four Life-Saving Design Questions You Should Ask Before Beginning Any Web Design Project
The start of a web design project can feel daunting. In this post, eCity Sr. Interactive Designer Matthew Edwards recommends four questions you should ask at the beginning of the project to save yourself a handful of headaches down the road.