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Must Have Event Technology To Rock your Open Day

Must Have Event Technology To Rock your Open Day

Event planning has come a long way from the paper-based system of the early 2000’s. Today, advances in technology have led to massive improvements and have made events such as Open Days more tech-savvy, interactive and exciting. In no particular order, here are some of the

WHY NATIVE ADVERTISING IS SO EFFECTIVE FOR UP SKILLERS & CAREER CHANGERS

WHY NATIVE ADVERTISING IS SO EFFECTIVE FOR UP SKILLERS & CAREER CHANGERS

For education marketers looking to attract up-skillers and career changers, it is hard to go past a well-constructed native advertising strategy. Compared to the more structured undergraduate and postgraduate recruiting funnels, up-skillers and career changers present a complex marketing challenge. These prospects come from a

How the rule of two works for education marketers

How the Rule of Two works for university marketers

  Them, or us. Traditional, or contemporary. Specialist, or generalist. Red, or blue. Interestingly, this Rule of Two also bends to marketing challenges. If you, like many university marketers are wrestling a balance between reputational campaigns and recruitment needs, before you expend too much energy and frustration on a

10 STEPS TO GET YOUR VIDEO GAME RIGHT IN 2017

7 STEPS TO GET YOUR VIDEO GAME RIGHT IN 2017

In education, digital and video play a central role. Virtually all prospects will channel through your digital media at some stage in the inquiry stage. Today, not having a good video strategy puts you at a serious disadvantage to your competitors who do. Why? The power of

Youth Audiences And The Death Of The TV Ad

Youth Audiences And The Death Of The TV Ad

If one trend has dominated and defined the marketing communications business over the past decade and more, it is the declining influence of traditional media, and the explosive rise of digital. For free-to-air TV, the explosion of competing screens, social platforms, streaming and gaming options confirms

Six ways to fail at education marketing

Six ways to fail at education marketing…

Maybe it’s just me, but many otherwise-enlightened education administrators seem to view marketing as something grubby and best avoided. They prefer to focus on the ‘real business’ of education, neglecting marketing altogether. Or they treat it like a fire extinguisher, to be called on only in