The Internship Experience: Locating Opportunities

By Haley Fite Edited by Katy Randolph The diversity of an education in communication allows students to fill many different internship roles in a variety of communication industries from public relations and marketing to sales and broadcast news. Internships provide valuable experience for all students to apply the theoretical knowledge they acquire in the classroom to the real and urgent […]

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WordCamp: What Is It and Why Should You Go?

By Taylor Walker Edited by Katy Randolph Simply put, WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamp is an informal, community-organized event put together by WordPress users. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas and get to know each other. This is the first WordCamp to be held in our lovely hometown, Cincinnati, but they’ve […]

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Google Analytics: The Good and the Bad

By Lauren Fattlar Edited by Katy Randolph Google Analytics is an instrument businesses and companies can use to help boost their sales and get more visitors.  It is a free tool that tracks and reports website traffic and could be used for any start up or a blog.  Analytics is a great source to find how many visitors a website […]

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UCommunicate celebrates a successful first year

As we enter the second half of Fall Semester 2015, we can’t help but to reflect on the first year of UCommunicate’s official operation, which surpassed all of our wildest expectations! Over the course of the 2014-15 school year, 12 student and alumni consultants worked with eight clients, two of which were organizations outside of the University of Cincinnati system- […]

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