In today’s social age, being active on sites like Twitter and Facebook isn’t something your higher education institution can afford not to do. Simply put, these social networks are where your target audience is spending most of its time. If you’re not meeting them there, you’re missing the mark and losing revenue as a result. Yet, simply setting up your profiles and sending out a few updates now and then won’t necessarily get you the re
Like it or not, social media has become an integral part of our lives. It’s also changing the way students interact with higher education providers. Studies show that the majority of prospective students now use social media as part of their college assessment process. What does this mean for your institution? Well, it means that if you’re not placing enough emphasis on developing and implementing a social media strategy, your school is going
One of the most valuable resources for colleges and universities today is the former students that share an affinity for their alma mater. Alumni can do many things for a school, including word of mouth marketing and, of course, fundraising. In order to keep former graduates involved and connected to your school, you must find a way to engage them. Social media is a powerful and easy way to do just that. Let’s look at some examples.(more&h
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