Are you struggling to market your school? Do you know how to properly target your promotional communications? What factors should your school consider when implementing an effective and practical marketing plan?
Learn the do’s and don’ts of effective marketing, and discover new and innovative strategies to improve your school’s outreach. Participants will learn how to develop a highly-targeted communication strategy, as well as creative approaches to improve marketing efforts.
Join me on December 11, 2014 at 4p (CT) / 3p (ET) as the guest presenter during the NBOA Winter Webinar Series. (NBOA is the National Business Officers Association.)
Earlier this month, we conducted a popular webinar called, “7 Tips to Getting More Likes & Comments on Your School’s Facebook Page”. For the first few weeks after the webinar, we offered exclusive access to the archived recording to all those who registered (consider it a perk!) Today, we release this video to everyone on our new school marketing YouTube channel.
Why should you watch this webinar?
Would Your School Like to Have More Fans?
Would You Like to See More Comments on Your Posts?
Would You Like to Increase Your School’s EdgeRank?
When we are talking about how to get more visibility to your school’s Facebook page, you need to understand EdgeRank. Launched 2 years ago (although most people still have no idea what it is), EdgeRank is an algorithm that ranks objects in the Facebook News Feed. Pages with high EdgeRank Scores will be more likely to show up in the news feed than Pages with low EdgeRank Scores.
EdgeRank is made up of 3 variables:
Affinity – Dependent on a user’s relationship with an object in the news feed.
Weight – Determined by the type of object, such as a photo/video/link/etc.
Time Decay – As an object gets older, the lower the value.
Understanding EdgeRank is vital, but if you are still saying, “I don’t get this!” then, you are not alone. To help us out, here are 3 more resources you may find helpful in understanding EdgeRank and the impact it is on your school’s Facebook page: