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Happy Halloween – Comics Time

posted Oct 31 by EduGuru in EduGuru Blog

No links of the week, sorry. Instead here are some rather amusing Halloween Comics. Hopefully you find them more enjoyable? Also you Higher Education Web people out there don’t forget about the .eduGuru Blogger Search Contest. We’ll keep accepting applications until November 10th.

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One week from today, the 2008 Presidential election will finally come to a close. No matter who you vote for, it’s been a campaign of milestones.

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Four Types of Web Analytic Data

posted Oct 27 by EduGuru in EduGuru Blog

So did you know that there are different ways that analytical data about your website is collected? Of course you did you just might not have really thought about it before.

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The other day I was going through eduStyle.net looking for site ideas and one thing that instantly stood out and annoyed me was sites that are left aligned. I realize this is a personal opinion and I totally respect other individuals who believe in a left aligned site, but I am still going to present my case. So I hope that you are ready for a little rant?

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The web definitely isn’t as simple as it used to be. Back in the ‘90s you could get away with one person who kept up with a website and everything that went into it. This one Webmaster could handle everything. I have the job title of Webmaster at Wofford and I have a hard time grasp exactly what that means and what I’m supposed to do and what I’m not.

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After rereading a two year old post over on Analytics Talk it inspired me to go create my own Destination URL builder for Google Analytics. It’s really a pretty simple thing to do inside of Excel and by turning it into a Google Spreadsheet you can share it across your organization so it is easy to keep track every destination URL’s built for various campaigns.

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So do you know what a landing page is? It’s amazing how many people that I talk to that don’t quite understand this subject.

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It has been a while since I’ve posted anything in the Social Survey series. Writing about using Social Networks for Higher Education has kind of taken a backseat to Analytics lately, but let’s see if we can’t combined the two into a web marketing gameplan?

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