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Social media is where we are. It’s where we spend our time. It’s where we go to connect, express ourselves, and find out about the world around us. Finding the right approach to social media can be challenging for colleges and universities, but when done right it’s incredibly powerful. Here are four steps to building a better paid social media strategy for your institution.

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5 Ways to Make Digital Personal

Jan. 6, 2017
1 month, 2 weeks ago
by Jaime Oleksik

Recently, I had the fantastic opportunity to present at a regional conference for graduate admission and marketing professionals. I felt like Ariel the first time she stepped foot on land or Jasmine when she took off on the magic carpet. (Yes, I have Disney on the brain thanks to the upcoming Carnegie Conference!) Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that graduate admission is a whole new world!

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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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Those Shiny New Digital Toys Can Hurt You

Nov. 8, 2016
3 months, 1 week 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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So you’ve got a marketing budget to reach your prospective online or adult students. Great. Now what? Where are they? How do you build an audience to market to when you don’t have the luxury of a list to buy or students with a set timeline to take a test and enter school?

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