Free Guide: Teachers are Consumers, Too! Teacher spending power is strong. This group of consumers is responsible for a significant sum of money spent inside and outside of schools every year, whether they’re investing in classroom supplies, planning their next summer vacation, recommending workbooks to principals, or urging parents to download a new reading app.
Everything you need to know to be an email marketing pro! Email has been a staple of the education marketer’s toolbox for a long time now. While it may not be the newest and shiniest marketing tactic, it’s one that can consistently deliver good quality leads and high ROI.
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Educators inboxes are busier than ever. Listen to Agile’s Senior Account Manager, Alexa Chitwood as she discusses all things email. They will be covering creative and design strategies that are working in education marketing as well as important reminders around best practices. From development to analysis, learn how to make your future campaigns a success. […]
According to Agile data, most administrators and teachers receive as many as 20 emails about education products and services daily. This doesn’t even take into account the non-education promotions that arrive in their personal and school inboxes every day. Making CAN-SPAM something that can’t be ignored.
The education purchasing cycle is long. To convert education leads into loyal customers, you must follow them throughout the entire process delivering carefully timed and well-crafted content on multiple channels. Between emails and direct mail, social media and your website, projects can easily slip through the cracks. Download your free marketing calendar.