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Why Schools Need to Claim Their Google My Business Page

March 23, 2017
4 days, 12 hours ago
by Angie Ward

In today’s digital world, it’s no surprise that students use search engines like Google to find information about colleges. Whether they’re doing academic- and scholarship-related searches or simply trying to get a virtual preview of student life, prospects and parents alike expect to find what they need at their fingertips. And most won’t go past the first page of search results.

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As another college open house season approaches, I’m reminded of the many times I’ve heard enrollment marketers say, “We’re going to do another Facebook campaign because that seemed to work last time.” And while that is likely the case, there is a free tool that can tell you exactly which digital marketing channels drove the most event signups: Google Analytics.

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The Best of Higher Ed Digital Marketing in 2016

Jan. 9, 2017
2 months, 2 weeks ago
by Alexa Poulin

As we kick off 2017 with great excitement as to what it will bring to the digital marketing landscape, the New Year is also a good time to look back on the “best of” what 2016 had to offer.

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Here at Carnegie we’ve been writing about the benefits of a well-strategized higher education Retargeting plan for years. From advising enrollment marketers on when to implement a Retargeting campaign way back in 2012 to why it’s unlike another billboard drive-by in 2013, and just last year when we wrote about why higher education marketers still need Retargeting.

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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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