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Introducing New Services: Site Building, Migrations, and Content Updates

After a year long pilot, we’re thrilled to be able to make it official! We now offer new content and migration services for any sites or Multisite Networks that we host. What could this mean for you and the sites you work with? Let’s dig in… 1. Site Building & Migrations Migrating existing sites to…Continue Reading Introducing New Services: Site Building, Migrations, and Content Updates

WordPress vs Proprietary CMSs For School and University Websites

Why Choose WordPress For School and University Websites? by Ronnie Burt Last updated on September 29, 2020 WordPress vs. Proprietary CMSs When it comes to choosing a Content Management System (CMS) for your school or university website, you’re facing a big decision. Essentially, your CMS is the foundation of your website. Like the foundation of…Continue Reading WordPress vs Proprietary CMSs For School and University Websites

4 Benefits of Making a Teacher Blog (And How to Create One)

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Starting a blog as a teacher can seem impossible. You already have countless responsibilities and may not feel that you have enough time. However, you could be missing out on opportunities to build valuable connections with students, parents, and fellow professionals. Thankfully, creating a teacher blog doesn’t have to be time-consuming. Once you’ve set everything…Continue Reading 4 Benefits of Making a Teacher Blog (And How to Create One)

6 Tips for Facilitating Online Discussions With Students

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Thanks to e-learning technologies, online education has made it easier for teachers and students to connect all around the globe. Although virtual classrooms certainly have their advantages, they aren’t without fault. Fortunately, teaching your students through an online platform can be just as successful and engaging as if you were in a traditional classroom. The…Continue Reading 6 Tips for Facilitating Online Discussions With Students

How to Create a Class Newsletter Parents and Students Will Be Excited To Read

Sending a monthly or weekly email newsletter is a great way to communicate with parents. It’s effective, efficient, easy and can be delivered directly to their email inbox. However, if no one is reading your newsletter, you might not feel motivated to put in the necessary time and effort. Fortunately, there are ways to make…Continue Reading How to Create a Class Newsletter Parents and Students Will Be Excited To Read

9 Ways to Use Your WordPress Website for School Crisis Communications

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The COVID-19 pandemic caused schools to move quickly and adjust their normal routine to create a stabilized learning environment for students. Part of the strategy for most schools was the use of crisis communications. In short, this method of communication is the way an organization communicates and disseminates information to constituents during events that pose…Continue Reading 9 Ways to Use Your WordPress Website for School Crisis Communications