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Posted on 10th February, by Tom Williams in Business Blogging. No Comments

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One of my favorite higher ed. bloggers is Karine Joly. I have been reading Karine’s blog “” for several years now and it’s always thought provoking and on-point with the latest in Higher Education.

I had the pleasure of spending some time with Karine at the AMA Symposium on Higher Education in Chicago this past November.  At that point, our blog application (MyCollegeBlogger) was still in development, however, I shared with Karine what we were doing to solve many of the problems we saw with current higher ed. student blogging initiatives.  Much to my delight, Karine genuinely liked the feature set we were including in the application!


As part of our product launch, Karine was given a sneak-peak at the application and wrote a nice blog about it.  You can find her article here.

Note that I provided Karine with a special offer available only through her blog post so if you are thinking about incorporating a student blogging program or having some trouble with your current program, you may want to check out Karine’s blog post!  Offer is good through the end of Feb, 2009.

Happy Blogging!!

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