Best Practices Guide: Marketing Higher Ed to Prospective Undergrads

August 19, 2015

The higher education landscape has expanded greatly over the past several decades and it continues to do so today. However, colleges of all different sorts are struggling to stick out amongst the thousands of colleges in the United States. In order to become more attractive to prospective students, schools must implement new strategies on campus, off campus, and online.

In our Best Practices Guide: Marketing Higher Education to Prospective Undergrads, we explore some tips and strategies to overcoming common problems that higher education marketers face.

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