Podcast: Using the Right Content Channels with Sally Cameron

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the number of channels at your disposal as a modern-day communicator? What channels are the right ones for your institution? What should you say on one channel versus another? This podcast episode is all … Read More

Must Have Content for Your Academic Program Pages

We all know it’s true. The academic program pages are (or should be) the Super Stars of any community college website. They are your primary vehicle for attracting and converting prospective students into your various programs. These pages are so … Read More

Social Media Marketing: 3 Golden Guidelines

Community colleges are home to millions of social media masters within their hallowed halls of higher education. The problem is that most of those social media marketing masters can’t be leveraged due to their student status. Over the past decade, … Read More

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Why Community Colleges Should Invest in Quality Video Production

#LookUpWCC and What We Can Do For You Recently, Wayne Community College came to us with the purpose of creating an inspirational commercial that visually represents their mission statement. Considering video content is one of our defining services you know … Read More

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PEG Central™ is not the best video hosting service for Community Colleges. So what is?

Are you one of the community colleges wasting a prime content marketing opportunity, despite the video content available at your fingertips? Many community colleges are blessed to have video broadcast production programs that produce premium content. They may even have their … Read More

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Video Transcription for Community Colleges: What, Why and How

The benefits of transcribing your videos and a step-by-step guide to doing so with Rev. Many community colleges have hundreds of video and audio files on their websites. More often than not, they do not include proper captioning or transcription. If … Read More