Enrollment, Engagement, Donation: How Higher Education Can Improve Its Grades with Marketing Automation

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Your school is probably under pressure to increase retention, graduation, and post-graduation employment rates—the measures that determine public funding, consumer interest, and support.In this ebook, we’ll cover how marketing automation can help higher ed organizations:
- Improve the results of your marketing outreach by engaging prospective, current, and former students
- Create a strategy as sophisticated as the best-in-class marketers from every other industry.

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