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Creating your department's online presence can be a daunting task. SATS can help you develop effective web sites and social media campaigns.

Contact us (see bottom of page) today to set up a consultation so we can help you build your online presence.

Enhance Your Department's Online Presence
Does your department need help creating effective web content, social media strategies, or marketing campaigns? We can help you develop an effective online presence.

We will work with you to keep your online content fresh so that your constituents stay informed about your services. The process for improving your online presence typically involves:

  • Consulting on goals, and strategies
  • Developing a social media strategy
  • Creating web content
  • Training staff on how to manage your digital communications

Content Management
Cascade is the Content Management System for all JMU web sites. SATS has been an integral part of bringing SAUP sites into Cascade so we can help your department get the most out of this CMS. Some ways we can help you with your content management include:

  • Content Audits
  • Site organization
  • Troubleshooting
  • Improving User experience
  • Content creation

Analytics data can provide valuable insight into how visitors typically use your site. Whether you’re just curious as to how much attention a campaign is receiving or want in-depth knowledge on how your site is used, analytics can provide you with valuable information to guide your site improvements.

SATS can gather your analytics data in a presentation for your department and give you tips on how to direct your traffic, generate more clicks, and gain new visitors.

Presentations and Training
We provide presentations or training in any of our service areas. Examples of presentations or training include maintaining your web pages in Cascade, how to interpret Google Analytics of your web site, and tips for creating effective web content. If you would like to schedule a presentation or training please provide us with at least three-weeks advanced notice.

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