Admissions Live broadcasts “Niche Student Blogging” with Director of Web Communications, Tim Nekritz and student Alyssa Levenberg from SUNY Oswego.

Taken from the live broadcast, October 13, 2012.

Topics discussed during the LIVE broadcast include:

  • Oswego blog program
  • Finding the right students
  • Motivating your students
  • Organizing a niche blog program
  • Creating a video series
  • Leveraging student passions
  • Strategies and ROI
    … and much more


Student video blog example – “Alyssa Explains It All” by Alyssa Levenberg

Another approach to niche blogging – “Kwame’s Bucket List” by Kwame Belle

Main Blog Site for SUNY Oswego



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