How would you feel if your city’s mayor took over managing your school's social media? Well, believe it or not, that could be happening very soon in one school district, due to some mishandling of negative social media comments.
When not managed properly, negative comments in your Facebook and
You know the TV commercial: “I’m no doctor, but I’ve stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.” Well, I’m no lawyer, but I’ve done my fair share of writing and publishing in a variety of media, and I can say most assuredly: some of the content you’re posting on your school website or using e
Campus Suite's Steve Williams and I just conducted a webinar for school administrators who wanted to know how to use Instagram to share their school stories. The turnout, the questions and the feedback from the webinar participants were amazing. We wanted to reach out to those of our readers who cou
I don’t know about you, but I’d be lost without my calendar. Imagine your school trying to function without one. But what if your website school calendar is making it hard for your parents to access, connect with, and even trust the info they do find?
Having built and hosted school websites f
Ah, summer’s here. Time to kick back and get away from the grind, right?
Well, in between the trips to the beach and the Netflix binging, I recommend you take the time to do a little communications housekeeping. After reviewing the pressing topics that keep percolating among school communicator
“Hey, Siri, what’s on the school lunch menu today?”
“Alexa, please pay Isabelle’s student fees from my Paypal account.”
Chat window: Welcome to Mapledale Elementary. How can we help you today?
“Hey, Watson, when is Tyler’s science project due?”
How long do you think it
How often does your school reach out to parents, and just how are you doing it?
Is it a one-way proposition, with no way of gathering what’s on their minds, or how they feel about the many school issues you’re managing day in and day out? Are you bombarding them with school information with n
In an effort to help schools recoup federal funding that was formerly available to pay for school website hosting, Campus Suite has announced the E-Web Recovery Program.™ School districts which formerly received payments for up to 90 percent of their web services can now apply for discounts at the
Google and its popular web browser Chrome are on a mission to make the web safer for everyone – and by everyone, that means schools too. It’s been brewing for a few years now, but if you don’t have an ‘s’ after the ‘http’ in your school website URL, you may want to read on about the ne
If you’re in charge of your school website, or on the team that manages it, there’s a good chance you get an earful of suggestions on how to improve it. Most often, the complaints you get have to do with stale content or parents not being able to find what they’re looking for.
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