“Hypocrites get offended by the truth.”
~ Jess C. Scott
Wondering how to improve the visual and written content you share on social media? Want a list of tools to help? In this article, you’ll find 26 helpful tools and apps from the Social Media Marketing Podcast’s Discovery of the Week.
Marketing directors at private schools may have different job descriptions, but they typically have one thing in common: a full plate. If you’re stepping into this role, it doesn’t matter whether you’re replacing a former marketing director or filling a brand new position, you’ll likely be wearing several hats — community promoter, website master, open house organizer, and social media manager. With so many tasks of great importance, you may be wondering how to prioritize and get it all done. It may take a little time to learn the ropes, but these seven tips can help lead you to success in your new position.
Facebook’s latest algorithm changes have prioritized posts by friends and families in user news feeds. Organic reach over Facebook had already been in decline since 2014, but Facebook’s latest algorithm change comes as a near death knell to organic social media marketing.
Of course, other platforms do exist, but Twitter is primarily a young person’s platform and 70% of Pinterest users are female. Finding the right platforms to market your content is only the first step. Actually reaching those customers over said platforms is much more difficult.
The old ways of sharing your content and letting it accrue shares naturally are gone. This is why we’ve outlined five advanced tactics that are sure to yield your brand greater reach and engagement over any social media platform.
The Marketing and Enrollment Partnership: An interview with Stacy Jagodowski [Enrollment Spectrum Podcast]
In this episode, we sat down with Stacy Jagodowski, independent school marketing veteran and a current strategic marketing consultant, to discuss a range of topics, including what’s changed in independent school marketing, how marketing can help ensure admission gets the best leads, and why it’s so important that the two offices align with common goals.
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