Hone your marketing and recruiting messages to help your prospective students make decisions as the pandemic winds down.
Find ways to improve or change your student marketing and recruiting strategies even when resources are limited.
Use data to help your school decide how to allocate resources and spend marketing dollars to increase enrollment.
Blogging can improve your site’s SEO, boost search engine rankings and give prospects a window into being a student in your program.
Your team can make some simple shifts to communicate with prospects as the demand for graduate education increases.
Your marketing team doesn’t have all of the answers. Enlist help to find new ways to tackle challenges.
A call center can help your recruiting team stay on top of incoming leads and requests for information.
Some women are choosing to put their degree aspirations on hold during the pandemic.
You’ve tackled the hurdles of an uncertain year and learned lessons along the way. Move forward in the upcoming recruiting year with confidence.
Finding ways to connect with prospects during this time can be challenging. Don’t get lost in the clutter.
Generating leads this year may look a little different. Although so much has changed, our perspective is to go back to the basics.
Finding ways to highlight the value of your MBA specializations can be tricky, especially in the face of other less expensive online training platforms.
Recent hiring data suggests that the MBA is not only holding its ground, but it’s becoming the requirement for business leaders.
Find ways to evaluate whether Spotify, Pandora, Pinterest, Reddit or even TikTok could fit into your school’s marketing and recruiting plan.
Find ways to evaluate personal stories and use them to determine propensity for success in your graduate program admissions.