Smarter, not Harder, Higher Education Marketing

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Colleges spend a lot of money to reach prospective students, but most of their efforts miss the mark. Why?

A limited understanding of student data hinders schools’ ability to target effectively.   Read more

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4 Ways for Higher Ed Institutions to Maximize Location Targeting and Reach Potential Students

by Diana Prodan

As all the excitement of the beginning of the school year has begun to die down, it’s time to start planning for the next wave of marketing efforts. Have you considered location-based targeting for your higher learning institution? Below are four ways that location targeting can be used to target your ideal potential students:

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The Right Marketing Mix for Your University

By Diana Prodan

We live in a digital world where corporations, organizations, and marketers continuously  come up with new and exciting ways to promote their products. While universities have marketing departments that try to keep up with the newest trends, understaffing and small budgets often make this a challenge. What’s even more intimidating for marketers is the idea that they have to drop all their traditional efforts of email, direct mail, and phone calls in favor of a digital strategy. In reality, the best strategy for universities to reach their potential and current students is through a solid mix of both traditional and emerging digital marketing – a campaign that will reach students from multiple effective touchpoints. Here are the stats to prove that adding digital campaigns can enhance previously established traditional recruitment efforts: Read more


Strengthening Your University’s Enrollment Numbers

By Kelly Brickman

For younger generations, especially those recently graduated from high school, continuing education has become less of an option and more of a necessity. As of 2014, there were 20.21 million students in the United States enrolled in higher education. While the number of students enrolled in college continues to grow, this growth needs to be supplemented with additional professors, housing, and other student welfare needs – which, of course, affects tuition rates. The cost of tuition is a huge factor affecting where a student will choose to continue his/her education, but there are ways colleges can allow people to see past all of the dollar signs and enter them into their world of learning. Read more