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Why Your Brand Matters!

Nov. 28, 2016
8 months ago
by Melissa Rekos

So often when we meet with enrollment and admission offices, we hear, “We need to market for enrollment, not brand.” I understand where they’re coming from. But…

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If you’re a digital marketer in today’s world, it’s not uncommon to manage ad campaigns on multiple search engine platforms. For example, we at Carnegie utilize Google AdWords and Bing Ads to promote advertising campaigns for our higher education clients (depending on their needs). 

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Those Shiny New Digital Toys Can Hurt You

Nov. 8, 2016
8 months, 3 weeks ago
by Mark Cunningham

There’s an old Saturday Night Live sketch where Dan Aykroyd plays a sleazy toy company tycoon (Irwin Mainway) who tries to defend his dangerous toys for the holiday season (Bag O’ Glass, Teddy Chainsaw Bear, etc.).  It’s a sketch that comes to mind for me a lot when I see so many shiny new digital marketing capabilities being thrown around as saviors for admission and higher education marketing.

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Digital Byte: Google Analytics' New UI

Nov. 7, 2016
8 months, 3 weeks ago
by Grant Geske

Learn about the latest changes to Google Analytics' new UI from our Director of SEO & Digital Analytics in this short digital byte. In the next couple of months, you can expect to see the top menu bar in Google Analytics disappear. The items that currently appear in this menu will be moved into the left sidebar. A search bar will also be added to allow you to easily locate what you are looking for throughout all accounts. With these changes, Google aims to create a more simple navigation and to make Google Analytics mobile responsive. Learn about these changes and many more in the vlog below!  

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In today’s mobile-centric world, the most effective marketing strategies are designed around the needs of mobile users. In fact, the most recent rollout of Google updates were developed with mobile users at the forefront. But Google isn’t the only one acknowledging the shift to mobile—Facebook’s all-in on the mobile marketing game as well.

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