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Bradley Livermore
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  • Milwaukee, WI
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Bradley Livermore replied to Kevin Hanselman's discussion How are you using QR codes?
"Wouldn't a QR code scavenger hunt put you at risk of a lawsuit by students who don't have a device that can read QR codes?   Always make it an additional way to consume information - not the sole conveyor of the information."
Jun 24, 2011
Bradley Livermore replied to Jen Spolnik's discussion New URLs for web redesign -- fear of losing Google ranking?
"If you're running on apache then it's fairly easy.  In your site's httpd configuration you set up directives.   If you have straight forward old URLs then you can do it the real easy way - Redirect 301…"
Mar 21, 2011
Bradley Livermore replied to Jen Spolnik's discussion New URLs for web redesign -- fear of losing Google ranking?
"At a minimum I would create 301's for the top 100 pages on your site - preferably all pages.  Without 301's your Google Webmaster Tools 404 report is going to be a huge mess instead of an aid.  Take a look at your analytics for…"
Mar 18, 2011
Bradley Livermore replied to Michael Fienen's discussion Bilingual sites
"French and English for our Montreal Campus. Drupal and the i18n module made it ridiculously easy."
Nov 23, 2010
Bradley Livermore replied to Joe D'Agostino's discussion Drupal Navigation
"Create a menu at /admin/build/menu/add. That will create a block containing that menu. Make the block show only on atlantic.edu/program*. Make sure all your program URLs start with /program."
Oct 29, 2010
Bradley Livermore replied to Michelle Tarby's discussion Links to employment opportunities on homepage
"Global footer that says "We're Hiring". It is one of our top visited pages."
Dec 4, 2009
Bradley Livermore replied to Casey Davis's discussion Live Chat on Your Site
"We use LiveZilla. It's free and outperforms the software we were paying $$$$ thousands per month for licenses. We have 30+ admissions advisors available for chats from about 8am-8pm. You can set up different departments and it will look up if…"
Dec 1, 2009
Bradley Livermore replied to Darren Ladner's discussion Drupal CMS Users
"1. Yes you can set things up that way. You can create different content types and assign who gets access to what. For example I create a job listing content type and only certain people can post job listings. When they create a job listing all they…"
Nov 18, 2009

Profile Information

Employer?
Herzing College
Website:
http://www.herzingonline.edu/
Personal Website:
http://www.herzing.edu/
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
web programming, cms administration, html
What CMS are you using?
Drupal
What department or office are you in?
Internet Marketing
Primary Job Responsibility
Converting sites from proprietary CMS to Drupal. Maintaining sites once converted.

Analytics and SEO also.
Number of students at your institution
3000

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Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"A website redesign is about more than how your site looks; it should also take into consideration how your site engages visitors. #StartWithTheCMS "
21 hours ago
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"If you’re ready to make the redesign move, check out these 5 posts to help get you started"
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Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Join us for our next webcast with Jenny Slaughter from NewCity to learn about atomic design! "
Dec 7
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Being able to engage with prospective students however they access your website is the primary reason for going responsive, but there are several other important issues that a responsive site addresses. "
Dec 6
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"In a website redesign, if you take time to really evaluate existing content and your content plan up front, you’ll avoid mistakes that can cost you time and resources later on. "
Nov 29
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"According to the 2018 E-Expectations Trend Report, nothing turns off a potential student faster than a hard-to-navigate site or forms that take forever to fill out. "
Nov 27
Jessie Groll posted a discussion

Front End Web Developer, with Option for Flexible Work Arrangement, at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Indiana University of Pennsylvania is looking for a talented front-end web developer to join our growing team in the Marketing and Communications Division. This position offers the possibility of a flexible work arrangement with candidates being able to telecommute up to 3 days a week.The front-end Web Developer works to support and enhance the IUP website and other digital properties and communications. Using CSS, HTML, scripting languages, and other tools the web developer is responsible for…See More
Nov 27
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"According to the 2018 E-Expectations Trend Report, of the 67% of high school seniors and 68% of juniors who saw paid ads for colleges and universities, 41% of seniors and 45% of juniors actually CLICKED on the paid ads. "
Nov 20
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Nov 17
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Does customer service matter when choosing a CMS? Just ask Sherri Davis, webmaster at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Florida. #HurricaneMichael"
Nov 16
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"There’s no need to hire a pricey consultant to tell you if your college or university website is performing. Just ask your students. "
Nov 13
Jessie Groll posted a discussion

Thoughts on "part-time work from home" for a web developer?

This isn't a posting for a job (but hopefully that will be coming soon!)We are looking to hire a new web developer, and have gotten the OK from HR to offer this with the possibility of working from home a few days of the week, and in the office the other days. We're hoping to draw in some more candidates from outside of our local area. This is only the second position at our institution that is not fully on site, so we're in uncharted territory!I'm curious to know, does anyone work part-time…See More
Nov 12
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Join us for our next webcast with Stephen Fornal from Tarrant County College and learn how to simplify web layouts with CSS Grid and Flexbox! "
Nov 8
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Congrats to Robin Oliver of Western Carolina University for being named the 2018 AMA Higher Education Marketer of the Year! "
Nov 7
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"There is a simple way to advise content contributors about writing content for your school’s website: “Go with the Flow.”"
Nov 6
Jon Shaw posted a discussion

The .app domain

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Nov 5
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Check out these 5 steps to conducting a successful website pilot content audit"
Nov 2
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Nov 1
Rachel Mele commented on Lynn Zawie's group OmniUpdate
"Register now for our next webcast to learn about differences in accessibility laws, best practices, and free tools to help test the accessibility of your own sites! "
Oct 31

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