Posts by Bernadette Grey

Bernadette-Grey

Bernadette Grey is the chief marketing strategist at MDR. Prior to joining MDR, Bernadette was an editorial director at Scholastic. A New York City native and the mother of two software engineers, Bernadette spends her spare time in the mountains of Vermont, where she owns a home.

4 Strategies for Connecting With Schools on Social Media

By Bernadette Grey | 12/14/2017 | 0 Comments
MDR 4 Strategies for Connecting with Schools

For young students, there’s no forbidden door more enthralling than the one labeled “Teacher’s Lounge—Staff Only.” What’s going on in there? Wild parties? The truth is much more mundane than the fabrications of a nine-year-old’s mind. They’re likely to find teachers doing the same thing in their downtime that most working adults do: perusing Facebook, […]

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Why Your Efforts to Target Teachers Have Tanked

By Bernadette Grey | 10/30/2017 | 0 Comments
MDR-Marketing-to-teachers

Sign up for this service, follow our script for all of your classroom instruction, and you’ll become a great teacher! That’s how one education software company attempted to target teachers and promised to turn “mediocre teachers” into good ones. In other words, the company was essentially saying, “If you’re a mediocre teacher, we can do […]

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Teaming Up With Teachers to Drive Awareness of Your Corporate Cause

By Bernadette Grey | 10/13/2017 | 0 Comments
Have a Corporate Cause? 3 Strategies for Teaming Up With Teachers

Fall is back-to-school season not just for students, but for all of America. Between students, parents, and employees, more than half the nation has regular contact with a school. No other institution comes close. If brands built relationships with all of America’s 7 million educators, they’d also reach the nation’s 54.5 million students and 90 […]

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Your Ideal Messenger Could Be a Teacher

By Bernadette Grey | 08/29/2017 | 0 Comments
Your Ideal Messenger Could Be A Teacher

Let’s say you have a message, brand, or a cause you want to get on the radar screen of people all over the country. The fragmented media landscape makes reaching across demographics, geographies, and interests challenging. Sure, if you can get something to go viral, it can spread like wildfire. But so far no one […]

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