5 Things Higher Ed Marketers Should Do After Graduation

By Jeremiah Barba | May 23, 2016

You made it! You survived the school year. You aced your final exam (covering graduation) and enjoyed some well-deserved vacation. So, after emptying out the last grain of sand from your tote bag, nursing your fading sunburn, and posting the last of those vacation pics on Facebook, what’s next? Here’s a few ideas to get your summer higher ed marketing efforts on the right track.
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Higher Ed Marketing After Graduation

5 Things Higher Ed Marketers Should Do After Graduation

You made it! You survived the school year. You aced your final exam (covering graduation) and enjoyed some well-deserved vacation. So, after emptying out the last grain of sand from your tote bag, nursing your fading sunburn, and posting the last of those vacation pics on Facebook, what’s next? Here’s a few ideas to get your summer higher ed marketing efforts on the right track. Read More »

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