April 10, 2011 9:05 pm


Special guest host Mallory Wood and Stonehill Assistant Director of Admissions Evan Grenier breakdown best practices for building a student blogger program.

One of the most authentic voices for your campus, tapping into students to tell your story is a must for any university. From identifying great bloggers to selecting a blogging platform, Mallory and Evan breakdown what makes great content and detail how to build a program that reflects your institution’s voice and works for you.
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