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Free Webinar

August 3rd, 2009 by Erick Beck

Passing along a free treat.  The folks who did the best presentation at eduWeb are going to be doing a similar presentation based on the same topic as an online webinar.

The report is based on 1,000 high school seniors and asks what do they expect to see in a university website.  The answers were very illuminating; those of us ready to begin a new site redesign should definitely listen to what they have to say.

  • Hear about content, design, and navigation expectations – the good, the bad, and the ugly
  • Learn about student willingness to read, scroll, and complete information – what might work and what will not
  • Find out how students utilize college social networks – what are the new boundaries for institutional outreach

This presentation will address the important emerging trends affecting prospective student marketing and how this should tie back to your web development and communication strategy. Please join Stephanie and Lance Merker, President and CEO of OmniUpdate, Inc., for this free 30 minute webcast.

Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2009

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This webcast is ideal for college and university administrators, admissions counselors, marketers, webmasters, web developers, and decision-makers who have a voice in the future of their college or university website.

Register Now

Interested but won’t be able to attend? To receive a web link to the recorded version of this webcast, email or call OmniUpdate at (800) 362-2605 x206.

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2 Comments to Free Webinar

  1. Alas, their server issued an Error 500–Internal Server Error when we tried to register. Hope it’s good! If they share any ppt/pdf, pls post URL here? thanks.

  2. Monty Dickerson on August 18th, 2009
  3. Yes, they have Playback and Download buttons to reply the Omniupdate presentation.

  4. mdmcginnis on August 20th, 2009

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