“If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done.”
Growing up, there was only one thing my mom knew how to do on the internet that I could never figure out — creating an email group. What’s even more surprising is that I sent email blasts to my friends all the time, but I never asked my mom how to make an email group. I would just manually enter my friends’ email addresses into the recipient’s box.
Gosh, I was such a rebel.
If you’ve gotten over your teen angst and don’t want to manually enter your family’s, friends’, or coworkers’ email addresses every time you want to send an email blast to them, we’ve got you covered. Check out our five-step guide on creating a group in Gmail.
Do you attend live events? Wondering how to maximize your prospecting efforts at events?
In this article, you’ll find a strategic plan for identifying and connecting with prospects via social media before, during, and after an event.
While schools have increased their Google and Facebook investments in the last few years—and for good reason (people often use and convert on these platforms)—print still has a share of wallet. In fact, print campaigns impact PK-12 enrollment at each stage of the funnel – from awareness and events to applicants and beyond. Here’s why high-quality, well-timed print campaigns are still very much alive and breathing fresh air into the enrollment marketing world.
48 Years As A Private School Visionary and Champion [Sparkcast Podcast]
Rob talked with Pat about his career that spans 48 years and dedicated to private schools, his big takeaways about the industry then and now, and how schools can thrive in the future. Plus you’ll learn a few facts that you can use in your next private school trivia game.
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What are your thoughts or opinions on individuals who submit a job application for a marketing position without a LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram or other social media?