“Whatever the status quo is, changing it gives you the opportunity to be remarkable.”
Sometimes, taking a quick break from work to watch YouTube videos is the only way to stay sane during a stressful day. There’s just something about 20-minute long Vine compilations and brutally honest Chevy ad spoofs that can instantly lift your spirits, especially when you’re running on fumes towards the end of the work day
If you’re currently in the midst of an end-of-day lull and need a boost of mental energy, you’re in luck.
We scoured YouTube for the 100 best channels in ten of their most popular categories, and hopefully, there are enough videos in this blog post to satisfy your daily fix of YouTube for quite a while.
What I am finding is that school leaders need help in their enrollment and marketing efforts. And, I am noticing that there are some common themes with their challenges. These include…
An incredible 400 million people around the world use Instagram Stories on a daily basis (with that number rapidly growing by the minute).
Besides being an interesting and fun way to connect with friends and family, stories offer businesses a unique opportunity to capture the direct attention of audiences and potential customers.
Season 1, Ep. 14: Making it Personal – National and Regional Enrollment Data and Your School [The Enrollment Spectrum Podcast]
In this episode, we talk with NAIS’ Myra McGovern, VP of media, and Joe Corbett, research analyst, about the latest issue and the national and regional data and trends that can make or break a school’s strategic planning.
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: Just curious- for small private schools with a small budget- what does an average day look like for you when it comes to the marketing & communications for the school? What are some new great ideas to help increase enrollment? I’m fresh out of ideas and need some inspiration!