Page Name: Give the event a proper name and date. (Example: Haunted Metro 10-30-2015)

Page Title: Give the event an appropriate title (treat it like a headline). (Example: Join Metropolitan State University on Oct. 30 for Trick-or-Treating and Haunted Metro)

Summary: is a short description of the event (approx. two lines).  Pay attention to Metropolitan State standards and guidelines.

Event Description: is the longer description and specifics about the event.

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Event Start Date: today's date (select by clicking the calendar icon)

Event End Date: is not required. Enter a date if the event is longer than one day.

Event Start Time: is not required. (Select by clicking the clock icon/dropdown.)

Event End Time: is not required. (Select by clicking the clock icon/dropdown.)

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Address 1/Address 2/City/State/Zip: Be sure to enter the location and include a building/room number if possible. 

Example:

  • Address 1: Saint Paul Campus, Founders Hall, L119
  • Address 2: 700 7th Street East (This is important because this is one of the reference points for Google Maps)
  • City: Saint Paul
  • State: MN
  • Zip: 55106

Additional Sidebar Heading 1-3: Use this space to enter "events", times and/or locations within an event (see example).

SEO (Search Engine Optimization):

Browser Bar Title: Re-enter the page title (headline).

Meta Description: Re-enter the short/two-line description

Keywords: Enter words from the event that could be picked-up in an Internet browser "search". Always include Metropolitan State University and Metropolitan State.

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Categorize the event so it views properly on other calendars for specified audiences.

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Page View: Check to see if the event is viewing properly.

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