PSEWEB is a conference for college and university marketers, programmers, designers, digital architects and community managers – the people behind the online faces of our institutions.

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Parking Information

Driving to #PSEWEB? You can park at the Courtyard Marriott at a $27 per day cost; if you are searching for an alternate arrangement, there is a Green  P lot at 15 Wellesley St E that costs $14 per day.

If you still need to book accommodation at the Marriott

If you missed the deadline to book your accommodation at the Marriott, please simply email Mike Gancarz at mgancarz@courtyardtoronto.com to book at our awesome $129 / night rate. For all the details about the Marriott, check out our accommodation post.

Conference Rate Extension at the Marriott

Good news! If you have not booked your accommodation for #PSEWEB yet, you now have until Wednesday, July 2 to get our awesome $129/night rate. Don’t delay! Everything you’ll need to know is in our booking accommodation post. The countdown is on for #PSEWEB and we think this will be the best year yet!

Alternate Accommodation

Our special conference rate at the hotel is ending on June 27, 2014. After this date the Marriott will not guarantee the pricing and will not hold rooms.  Please do not miss out, and visit the booking accommodation post to book your room. For those of you who prefer the experience and low-cost of an on-campus option, both the University of Toronto’s New College Residences and Ryerson’s Pitman Hall residence are within close distance to the venue.

From the #PSEWEB Blog

Facebook Top 10 of Canadian Universities

UofT, McGill & McMaster top Canadian Universities on Facebook

We’ve all been watching our Facebook Pages with anxious eyes over the last few months, wondering if the recent algorithm changes have made the subscribers that we’ve worked hard for irrelevant. Our team took advantage of a new Facebook analytics feature to take a peek across the board and see which universities are thriving in the new Facebook climate. Facebook’s new Pages to Watch feature allows you to add competitor… Read more »

@westernu's new twitter design (Credit: @mathewh)

Tweets just got longer: big improvements on Twitter

Easier to work with, easier to read, engagement encouraged, 117 characters + 4,000 words + 8 account tags.  Twitter has been cranking out incredible improvements over the last 30 days – get up to speed and put these to work for your accounts.

Olds College Launches Responsive Website

Below is a guest blog post by our colleagues at Olds College. Enjoy! -Jane – Olds College recently launched its all new, fully responsive website in February. The updated Olds College website was designed to be easier to navigate, while implementing sophisticated, modern visual design and leading edge technology.  We recognize the importance of the website in today’s world as a key marketing tool.  Our website is designed to be… Read more »

Social Media Round Up

As we all know, the world of social media is constantly changing and ever-evolving. This week I noticed a few new features on some of our favourite social networks: Facebook pages now show its page admins who posted which message (as of yesterday). This probably helps many pages out as it adds some accountability and allows for better tracking. I remember several speakers at #PSEWEB last year talking about managing… Read more »

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