I'm a blogger and speaker about inbound marketing and social media for schools. I'm also the Director of Admission & Financial Aid at Sewickley Academy. I have an addiction to caffeine, Apple products, and my family. Learn more About Me and Circle me on Google+.
With the end of the school year approaching that means graduation season is upon us. Graduation season means graduation speeches on the internet and in all honesty – I’m a sucker for an entertaining graduation speech.
I think I enjoy graduation season so much because I think giving a memorable and meaningful graduation speech is one of the hardest public speaking challenges there is.
Can you remember your high school or college graduation speaker?
Can you remember what they said?
To begin graduation season I wanted to share this clip from actress Sandra Bullock. While I have enjoyed many of her movies in the past I really enjoyed her memorable advice to these graduates. I especially enjoyed her challenge to stop worrying!
Geoffrey Chaucer, in his poem Troilus and Criseyde, wrote, “…all good things must come to an end.” If I may be a little presumptuous, I am writing to share that my Weekend Update blog post is ending after almost four years. While I hope that you’ve found value in the Weekend Update I’ve been thinking quite a […]
A topic that is hugely important to school marketing, and one that I probably haven’t spent enough time discussing, is branding for schools. My opinion is that schools that have a good grasp of their brand have a much better chance of being successful marketing their school than those who don’t. It’s because of this […]
The real leader has no need to lead, he is content to point the way.
Happy Social Media Saturday! Listed below in my Weekend Update are links to interesting things I found on the web this week: cool tools, great blog posts, or questions/comments from one of the SchneiderB.com online communities – anything that stuck out to me and I think is worth sharing. I encourage you to check them […]
“Dollar Shave Club’s Answer to the Question: “Is Being Mobile Really Worth It?” (And How It Led to 100,000 New Customers)”
by Tim Paige