Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.
Bill Gates is now 63. He fully acknowledges he’s not the same person he was when he founded Microsoft to put a “computer on every desk and in every home.”
To assess his quality of life, Gates asks himself different questions that we should be asking ourselves as we age–different from those of our youth.
This is our round-up of the people and brands we follow and learn from every day. Their ideas are incredibly helpful for school marketers everywhere – especially when you want to share a stronger story for your school.
Whether you are working on brand strategy, updates to your website, a social campaign to promote your next open house, or improving the design of your next email, this list of resources will help school marketers everywhere.
Do you need to bring some organization to your social media workflow? Looking for tools to help?
In this article, you’ll discover three tools to help you better organize social media posting, monitoring, and campaign execution tasks.
Merging Data with Word-of-Mouth Marketing, with Bill Diskin [School Growth Mastery]
In this episode, Bill shares the path of increasing enrollment through defining the school’s mission, refining their focus, and putting relationships and trust first. It’s intriguing how Bill blends the human connection with data to target his search for prospective parents. He gives specific strategies for dynamically broadening the reach of a marketing initiative through engaging parents as ambassadors for the school.
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: What are schools doing with Parent Association requests for Groups on Facebook? Our Mothers’ Association has their own closed FB group that they run and our school has the public business page that the marketing and communications office manages. A few Moms from the MA would like a Mothers public page for a more discussion based platform and I don’t see this as a good thing for the school, nor do I have time to look after it. Thoughts?