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3 T’S TO GET YOUR SCHOOL PARENTS WORKING FOR YOU

3 T’S TO GET YOUR SCHOOL PARENTS WORKING FOR YOU

Upward fee pressures and a tough economic climate means increasing competitive pressure between private schools. And School marketing has become more complex with the importance of the website and rise of powerful new digital marketing methods. Despite all this, word-of-mouth recommendations remain one 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

why universities need to focus on branding

Why Universities Need To Focus On Branding

Universities are the spiritual home of critical thinking and sciences, where methodology and evidence rule. It therefore makes sense that university cultures tend to be dominated by a left-brain, fact-based view of the world.   When it comes to marketing however, there is a downside to this

An Uber lesson for Australian university brands

An Uber lesson for Australian University brands

One of the defining features of the global village is the emergence of global super-brands. Google, Facebook, Apple, Netflix: these brands are able to transcend national boundaries. Most owe their dominance to disruptive technology, and the speed at which they have achieved global growth was unimaginable

University advertising - what's with the big slogans?

UNIVERSITY ADVERTISING – WHAT’S WITH THE BIG SLOGANS?

University advertising campaigns, we’ve all seen them. They love a big positioning line. In the past they tended towards self-congratulatory boasts of excellence, prestige and pedigree. These days the trend is bold, individualistic slogans of the “Unlimited”, “Be True To You” and “Dream Large” variety, as they’re

Goundhog day communications calendar

Groundhog Day And The Communications calendar

5 REASONS WHY YOU NEED A COMMUNICATIONS CALENDAR   Education marketing can be a bit like that Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day, where the same sequence of events repeats time after time, but transformation only comes to those who learn and improve their approach. For education marketers, crunch

Stop content chaos

Stop delivering content chaos

Universities and The five fundamental laws of Content Marketing   Competition between Australian universities is intense. It’s no wonder with thirty nine of them all fishing in the same pool for students, faculty, staff, donations and grants. A good reputation can help a university attract better talent and more

Education digital revolution

Education drowning in the digital marketing revolution

Perhaps the greatest challenge for Australian education marketers, along with ever-increasing competition, has been the shift away from traditional media to a growing reliance on digital marketing channels.   There is no doubt digital marketing is incredibly powerful, offering as it does the seductive benefits of instant,

Future students hide behind curated content: Is targeting emotions the answer?

University marketing will need to look beyond traditional demographics when targeting future students, and instead focus on the emotional state and connectivity of this diverse audience, according to a recent CSNBC article. Findings from the “Generation Z 2025: The Final Generation” report by US media group

Future students face mental health challenges marketers should consider

Australian scientists recently uncovered four global trends said to make future university students, Generation Z, unhappy in the coming decades, according to a recent Age article. Just how seriously should university marketers consider these new findings? Put it this way: Vic Health is planning to use

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