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Using Social Media to Engage Your Alumni and Donors — Part 2

This month, you will find Part II of “Using Social Media to Engage Your Alumni and Donors.” If you missed Part I, or would like to go back and re-read, you will find the article in the November 2009 issue of Bright Ideas at http://www.woolbrightgroup.com/newsletter/Nov18/index.html#2. Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Engage Your Alumni and Donors – Part I

Reprinted from “Bright Ideas,” an online newsletter by The Woolbright Group. Volume #6  Issue #5 November 2009 Using Social Media to Engage Your Alumni and Donors – Part I Interview with Mary Ann Cicala Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Emerson College, … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Engage Your Alumni and Donors

Are you befuddled by Facebook? Does Twitter make you twitch? Don’t let the social media phenomenon pass you by! Learn how your school can use social media to communicate with and engage your alumni and donors online. This session will demystify social networking and introduce you to key social media tools—Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, and more. Continue reading

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God is now following me on twitter

I will freely admit it…I’m developing tweeting addiction. These days I can’t get enough of twitter because I can say what I need to say quickly and read quick notes from others. In fact, just today I found myself tweeting Is … Continue reading

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Make your blog twitterpated

It’s so easy! If you are on wordpress, here’s a step-by-step guide: Go to your Dashboard Under the “Design” tab, choose “Widgets” Add “RSS” (it should now appear under “Current Widgets”) Click “Edit” Enter the RSS feed or URL and … Continue reading

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