Recently, I had the privilege of joining several NAA members for "Let's Talk the Future of Afterschool," a Zoom conversation hosted by NAA.
We've all seen those ads while scrolling online that pull us in and makes us want to learn more.
Research shows that those who work in education use social media more than the general public.
Content marketing is a popular buzz phrase these days and for good reason. As traditional marketing becomes less and less effective, organizations must focus on creating and distributing content that attracts and retains audiences.
This is a popular season for conventions, conferences and trade shows.
Ever since my kids were old enough to notice, I've decorated our home for Halloween. Truthfully, I never was a huge fan of the holiday, but my boys and their friends love it—and I know there are only so many years left that they will.
Have you heard of the "Summer Slide?" You probably have if you're a parent—and you most definitely have if you work in education.
If you were to spend any significant amount of time with me in marketing meetings brainstorming, it's likely you'd eventually hear me blurt out "Audience first!" It's one of my favorite quotes.
Lately I've had some great conversations with organizations who are considering marketing their offerings to the afterschool market. They've had success in other educational markets and see afterschool as a viable opportunity.
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