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OmniUpdate, provider of the popular OU Campus™ web content management system (CMS), is hosting its annual User Training Conference in Anaheim, CA, on 3-7 March. More than 150 higher education web professionals are registered. Are you one of them?

If so, you can receive a 10 percent discount on our new book, Social Works: How #HigherEd Uses #SocialMedia to Raise Money, Build Awareness, Recruit Students, and Get Results. It contains 25 case studies that demonstrate how social media can be an integral component of campaigns focused on building awareness, recruiting students, engaging alumni and other key audiences, raising money, and accomplishing important goals that matter to a college or university. (Read about Social Works.)

To receive your discount (on print copies only), you must preorder by noon, EST, on Friday, 22 February. You can pick up your book in the conference registration area on Sunday and pay by credit card ($36, plus applicable sales tax).

I’ll be attending the conference and I look forward to saying hello. And while I know that there are other awesome sessions planned, I’m looking forward to the presentation on 5 March by my colleague Voltaire Santos Miran and Laurie Jorgensen from the College of DuPage who will share their experience redesigning the college’s website with no dedicated staff and managing it successfully using OU Campus. Plus, there will be other great colleges and universities at the conference sharing their “how we did it” stories and a keynote by Mark Greenfield.

Wait: you’re an OU Campus™ CMS user and you aren’t attending this conference? Don’t wait another second: register now!

Michael Stoner

AUTHOR - Michael Stoner

Was I born a skeptic or did I become one one as I watched the hypestorm gather during the dotcom years, recede, and congeal once more as we come to terms with our online, social, mobile world? Whatever. I'm not much interested in cutting edge but what actually works for real people in the real world. Does that make me a bad person? Find me on

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