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Marketing Strategies

Take a look at our favorite resources on marketing strategies, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE. Experienced Adventist educators sift the ever expanding array of online resources for those of best value for Adventist teachers, administrators and support staff, curating lists for quick and easy use by busy educators anywhere, anytime. 

8 Common Design Mistakes – and How to Avoid Them
This blog entry from Shutterstock includes tips for designing quality marketing materials–principles that will guide you in preparing marketing materials as well as other communications in print and online for your school.

3 Ways to Market Your School
Marketing your school successfully in today’s highly competitive environment requires presenting your message in many different ways, such as Twitter, Face Book as well as other ideas.

Effective Recruiting for the Long Term

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With planning and organization, most schools can develop an active, systematic recruitment plan that will boost enrollment.

Five Ways to Promote Your School during Summer
Five practical ways pastors and principals can promote their church school during summer months.

How to Increase Visibility
Tips on public relations and recruiting.

Recruiting Strategies for Adventist Schools
Researched and practical insights regarding marketing and recruitment for Adventist elementary and secondary schools; a graduate research assignment shared by an experienced Adventist educator.

Removing the Financial Barriers to Enrollment
Considerable discussion is given to adopting new marketing strategies to make private education a possibility, and developing scholarship opportunities for students.

 

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