6 Ways to Market Your School Without Social Media

| September 8, 2019

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Social media can be exhausting. Knowing when to post, how much to post and what to post is a cyclical series of questions that seems to keep the answers just out of reach. While there are tried and true tips and tricks to maximizing engagement, a school’s marketing lead can have varying degrees of success through these channels. While social media is a valuable asset to a school’s storytelling efforts, there are additional channels for effective communication. If you’re getting tunnel-vision or kicking the ground about low engagement or lack of original content, we have a few strategies you can use to fill those gaps and revitalize your school’s marketing strategy.

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