Teachers As Consumers

6 School Events That Provide Perfect Opportunities for Education Marketing

By Hannah Hudson | 03/14/2018 | 0 Comments

Remember when you were young and everything in life revolved around the school events calendar? Seasons weren’t marked by dates, but by school breaks. Holidays weren’t one-day events, but week-long lessons capped off by classroom parties. And though they weren’t recognized by the rest of the world, certain occasions — school dances, midterms, recitals, graduation […]

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Digital Trends in Education Marketing Q&A’s

By Marta Oddone | 02/21/2018 | 0 Comments

Thank you to all who attended the Digital Marketing Trends Webinar! The webinar provided a peek into the results of MDR’s Digital Marketing Trends in the Education Market report, which reveals the reality of educator interaction with digital marketing in email, web ads, and social media. The final report will be available soon! Did you miss the […]

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Prospecting for Educators? We Made You a Map

By Jodi Murphy | 02/13/2018 | 0 Comments

Remember learning about the California Gold Rush of 1848? Get ready for the Educator Marketing Rush of 2018. If you haven’t already heard, educators are the next big thing in brand and influence marketing. As mentioned in the Huffington Post article Why Marketing to Educators May Be the Best Decision You Ever Make “…educators are […]

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Travel Time: Understanding Teachers as Consumers

By Jodi Murphy | 02/08/2018 | 0 Comments

Teachers.  They are a seven million strong audience hiding in plain site in every community in the country.  With unique, and singularly attractive demographics, (financially stable, homeowners, brand loyal), they are truly the perfect consumer. We commissioned a study that every marketer should read whether trying to reach this highly engaged audience inside, or outside […]

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5 Consumer Habits of Teachers That May Surprise You

By Marta Oddone | 01/31/2018 | 0 Comments

Are you a bot built solely to do your job? Of course not, and neither are teachers. So why do some marketers act like teachers don’t have lives outside of the classroom? Getting to know the people behind the profession doesn’t have to be difficult. Teachers tend to be even more active online than the […]

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Integrated Campaigns: Getting Everything Right

By Jodi Murphy | 01/17/2018 | 0 Comments
Integrated Campaigns

Why is integrated marketing THE buzz phrase in education marketing? Because educators seek information from multiple channels before making decisions. You need to meet your audience where THEY are, where THEY spend time, rather than expecting them to come to you. It takes multiple touches— 10 or more— to create brand trust and conversion with educators.  […]

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Teachers Are Head of the Class as Consumers

By Kristina James | 12/08/2017 | 0 Comments

When you were in school, were you ever surprised to run into one of your teachers ‘in the wild?’ Out in your town, shopping with their family, or at the movies? It can be a shock to a kid, but teachers are just like regular people. With one important difference. In their demographics, values, spending […]

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4 Reasons You Should Be Talking to Teachers

By Aaron Stibel | 11/30/2017 | 2 Comments
Teachers as influencers Aaron Stibel

Think about your ideal customers. They’re educated, affluent, stable, and influential, right? Those attributes apply to one group more than any other: America’s 7 million educators. Who Are America’s Teachers? Think about it. Every teacher is college-educated. Teachers’ average annual household income is $114,800 — almost 50 percent greater than the general population’s $81,100. This may sound high, but […]

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Why Your Efforts to Target Teachers Have Tanked

By Bernadette Grey | 10/30/2017 | 0 Comments

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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