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Mark Rothbaum replied to Nourisha's discussion has facebook been worth the effort in the group Using Social Networks in Higher Ed
"Do you tend to segment your target groups or pages? A page focused more on alumni, another on prospective / admitted students, another for fans of the athletic teams? From a marketing perspective, one would guess that the information that each of…"
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Profile Information

Employer?
KCUMB
Website:
http://www.kcumb.edu
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
social networking, seo, web content development
What CMS are you using?
None
What department or office are you in?
Marketing and Communications/Information Technology
Primary Job Responsibility
Manage web projects that relate to content and marketing.
Number of students at your institution
1000+

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At 6:10pm on June 3, 2008, Stephanie M. Cockerl said…
Thanks for the welcome.
At 4:25pm on February 11, 2008, Brett Stoppel said…
Hi Nourisha.

Nice to meet you.

KU has very decentralized web management. The main KU web page that University Relations maintains is not that big around 100 pages. Individual departments maintain their own sites.

I know longer work at UR and am in the process of identifying the needs for a CMS for the KU Natural History Museum. If you have any recommendations, I would love to hear them

Hope all is well with you.

Brett
 
 
 

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