According to Joel Morrow, CEO of Mobile Fusion, “When on-the-go consumers access the Web [through a mobile device], the tasks they are trying to accomplish are materially different than the desktop Web.”
Social media is enduring considerable growth at this time, and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. With continual growth expected, it becomes even more important for colleges and universities to participate in the social community.
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At PlattForm, our values are centered around one major concept – SERVICE. And around here, we take our values seriously. Every year around the holidays, we even have a contest in which we celebrate employees that best embody those values. We call it Holiday Cash. It helps us get into the spirit of giving, since we award the cash to fellow employees, but it is also a great reminder of what we stand for – and literally, what we value.
Google has made a major change to the way secure search works for signed-in users of its services. If a user is signed into a Google account, any search performed will now be done on a secure socket layer (SSL) and will no longer pass the search term referrer data.
This change means that individuals who utilize analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, will no longer have access to the keywords that drove the Google users to the website.
Last Tuesday’s webinar, Misrepresentation Rule & 3rd Party Vendors, has been rescheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 11am. Here are the details:
Recently, APSCU released a new guidance document on the Department of Education’s Misrepresentation Rule. For career colleges, it came as a surprise as the document indicated that schools need to be much more vigilant toward vendors complying with the rule.