Untitled-Project-40Edtech companies can do well by focusing on an email campaign strategy, but understanding your target audience before doing anything is a must. Creating a consistent, scalable, and simple process to mimic in the future is essential to your success and will keep readers happy. Here’s how you can make it happen with minimum effort:

Consistency, repetition and scalability: Marketing success with minimum effort

 Today, we read emails similar to the way many used to wake up and scan the morning paper. It’s as simple as turning on your phone, clicking a message symbol, scrolling through work updates to clothing ads, and everything in between. So, how do you achieve marketing success with minimum ….

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Designing a Contemporary Curriculum: Do you accept the Challenge?

Craig Perrier This is a dynamic time to be in the field of education. Maybe it always is. But the changes happening now feel less imposed by external forces – politicians, testing companies, etc. – and more as people involved with the field generate improvements. Moreover, the democratization of ideas ….

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How Educators Can Use TikTok and Clubhouse to Build Connections

Teachers understand the value of finding ways to connect with their students in a way that’s meaningful, fun and relevant. They understand the same is just as important for joining forces with other like-minded professionals. Social media has made it easier for educators to form such connections, and two newer ….

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Creating Data Informed Strategies for Business Success

Today, reaching specific schools or districts relies on personalization through thorough research. Understanding pain points, navigating hardships, and creating a solution that’s valuable to their particular needs are critical to the success of your business. A strategy built on targeted outreach and raw data allow you to grow and give ….

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Untitled-Project-32ALL educators have just completed a challenging school year. Some veteran teachers who have taught for twenty-plus years agreed that the 2020-2021 school year had been the most difficult year of their professional teaching career. So before you do anything, please ask how they are doing—it will mean more than you realize.

Back to School, Are You Ready?

Meredith Biesinger School is out for summer, Yet it will be the 2021-2022 school year in the blink of an eye! Even during the summer, teachers are always in preparation mode, so now is an ideal time to reach out to educators and ask how you can help them while ….

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Summer Break RESET

Teresa Marchant   I have never wanted summer break more this year compared to any other year!  Like many other educators around the country, this past school year has stretched me emotionally, academically, and physically. Late nights were filled with grading papers, checking emails, flipping lesson plans, developing additional online lessons, ….

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{Webinar} What School Could Be. Should Be.

What School Could Be. What Schol Should Be. In a flash – school changed.  But so did the workplace.  So, what could school look like in order to prepare our students for this new world they will enter?  What should school look like to serve students better?  Join education thought leader, Michael Niehoff for a ….

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