The highly decentralized nature of colleges and universities can make it challenging for higher ed marketers to drive effectiveness and efficiency across their institutions. Central marketing and communications staff cannot necessarily “control,” they must “influence.” But how? In this episode, communications leaders from NC State and Tulane will discuss how their teams have provided leadership, […]
What are the top predictions for marketers heading into 2016? Marketing thought leader and scholar Kimberly Whitler will share her insights and discuss how CMOs can have greater influence and impact. She will also outline some of the challenges facing CMOs in 2016 and solutions to address these obstacles.
The annual AMA Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education is November 15-18 in Chicago. With more than 1,000 attendees, it is the largest event exploring the challenges and trends shaping marketing in higher education. In this episode of Marketing Live, conference keynote speaker Dan Dillon Jr. and conference co-chair Deb Maue will join host […]
Where does the business school brand fit into a university’s brand architecture? With the university brand, the B-school brand, and individual program brands, how do marketers manage them all and drive results? Guests Peter Ashley and Angela Bostick will share insights and discuss strategies for incorporating the university brand into the business school brand.
We have all suffered through bad presentations, while others have inspired and energized us. Learn how to transform standard presentations into an engaging journey. Marketing Live host Amy Jorgensen speaks with communication industry leader and Duarte’s vice president of academy and marketing, Laura Wall Klieves.
A comprehensive fundraising campaign is a unique moment in the life of an institution. How can marketing leaders convey the significance and impact of a campaign within the context of the larger institutional brand? Should the fundraising campaign brand be different than the institutional brand, should it be the same, or should it be somewhere […]
Higher education is an increasingly crowded and competitive marketplace, and every institution has a brand story to tell. According to bestselling author Bernadette Jiwa, telling your brand story is more about doing than telling. “The brands we really love are the ones that create difference for us, they make us feel like we belong, that […]
Driving consistent visual identity plays a significant role in achieving brand coherence across an institution. Marketers know that your school’s logo is just one element – the visual representation – of the brand. Challenges abound to realize this coherence in higher education where missions are multi-pronged and organizational structures are decentralized. In this episode, staff […]
Brand strategy work is a process, not a project. Once a new campaign is launched, the work is just beginning. Strong brands are built from great experiences, and success comes from your institution’s people living the brand every day. In this episode, host Rob Zinkan and two seasoned higher ed marketing leaders will explore strategies […]
Recently released by mStoner, “The State of Higher Ed Branding: A Survey of Marketing Leaders, 2015” finds that higher education has come a long way in its understanding and acceptance of branding. The goal of the research was to take a more focused look at the degree to which institutions have developed formal, research-based brand […]
Managing Social Media in Higher Education is no easy task. There is a lot of pressure to stay on top of current trends and strategies, maintain consistency in many channels, and ultimately build genuine digital relationships with our students that result in brand loyalty. Liz Gross, author of “How to Manage Social Media in Higher Education: […]
Keeping up with email, technology, and social media in today’s world can be a little like drinking from a firehose. Despite the challenges, there lies tremendous potential for digital leadership. The platform, whether LinkedIn, Twitter or Pinterest, doesn’t matter. Today’s most progressive leaders are recognizing and leveraging the benefits of being digital. For those who dismiss […]
Wednesday, September 17th at 1:00pm ET Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout Conversation: #HigherEdLive Who at the university is best suited to educate students about online citizenship? How can social media be used to improve academic performance and encourage risk-taking and interpersonal growth? What’s the difference between digital identity development and personal branding? On this episode of SA Live, host Tony […]
Organizations across the country are consistently seeking how to develop a digital content that maximizes the user experience and is ADA accessible. Learn how to legally meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act, along with keeping your information clear and engaging.
Today we are joined by Chris Lucas, Vice President of Marketing at Formstack, to discuss key findings from the company’s new Form Conversion Report. The report features data from 400,000+ online form users on how to make your higher ed forms more conversion-friendly. Chris will share proven data on how to get more responses on […]
From one-person shops to full-service, revenue-generating internal agencies, higher education pros are raising the bar for creative marketing across the industry. But it’s hard work. Successful in-house agencies need to manage talent, time, competing priorities, strategy, production, costs, vendors, relationships and of course, internal politics. Hear about the creative balance that goes in leading, developing […]