4 reasons why internal communication matters more than ever for schools – and 4 ways to make yours better!
This article shares why internal communication is needed for schools and how to improve it.
As we all know, parent communication is an essential part of a family’s relationship with your school.
Practices you should be avoiding while doing email marketing, explained in this article by Lucy Charchalis
Newsletters are still important to schools and their stakeholders and here are a few simple tricks to writing a great school newsletter.
Here are 3 Ideas for how to augment your email communication flows during the coronavirus.
Third culture parents look for schools that are similar to their culture. BVA BDRC believes that International Schooling can give them a sense of stability by having students of various nationalities.
Building and managing your school’s online reputation is essential for schools. This article details how school marketers should approach this.
Charlie Maughan, Rita Kilroy and Jose Caceres discuss a school marketers role regarding mental health in schools.
Approach your international school’s community with these ideas to proactively engage parents – especially during distance learning.
How do you approach social media marketing for enrollment in these uncertain times? Listen to the perspectives of students in the age of COVID-19.
Avoid sending excessive emails by reviewing the content that goes out to prospective parents. Improve the content of your email marketing with these tips.
Keep your communication channels centralised with school apps to avoid cluttered inboxes when reaching out to parents.