New Infographic Promotes Work of Private Sector Colleges

Private sector colleges are rebuilding the American middle class by providing millions of men and women with career-focused training and education designed to meet the needs of today’s employers. In hopes of spreading the word about how these schools are helping to solve our nation’s economic crisis, we’ve created a new infographic that visually depicts important academic and career statistics.

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Facebook News Feed Redesign: Recap of Live Announcement

Today during the Facebook News Feed Redesign live conference, the popular social networking site announced that they will yet again be rolling out more changes. Facebook’s goal for the news feed redesign is to give everyone in the world the best personalized newspaper they possibly can. “We think there’s a really important place for a personalized news feed,” Mark Zuckerberg stated.

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The Relationship Between College Students and Social Media: What Makes it So Influential?

Communication methods have been drastically changing over the past few years, so it’s no surprise that there’s a close relationship between college students and social media. Social media is the easiest and fastest way to communicate. But what makes social media so influential?

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How To Adapt Your School’s Social Media Plan & Dominate The Search Engines

The new trend in search is all about social! The more shares, “likes”, tweets, and +1s your school gets on social media sites, the higher your school’s site will rank on the major search engines. This mean you must adapt your school’s social media plan in order to dominate the search engine results and increase traffic to your website.

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3 Ways Your Admissions Department Can Use Social Media for Customer Service

Nowadays when a consumer has a question or an issue with a product or brand, they’re turning to social media for customer service. Whether it’s for help or to write a negative Facebook post, tweet, or review, it’s being done in a public manner. The same thing is true for prospective students, current students, and…

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