education marketing

mdr-forbes-genz

Thank you to Forbes for referencing us in this great article. While the oldest Gen-Zers only recently graduated from college, they already wield an impressive $44 billion in purchasing power. When you consider the influence they have on their parents’ spending, research puts that figure at closer to $200 billion. Clearly, both new and established consumer […]

mdr-library-week

This year’s National Library Week theme was Libraries = Strong Communities. At MDR we are awed by the immense impact that libraries have in our communities and how their influence goes well beyond library doors. A Pew Research Center study from 2016 showed that more than 90% of Americans consider the library “very” or “somewhat” […]

Pinterest Advertising: Target Educators Where They Are

You might be surprised to know that that there are 250 million users on Pinterest…AND millions are educators. Pinterest is a visual platform used for discovering new ideas and their advertising option is an excellent opportunity for education marketers to put their products and services in front of an engaged, qualified audience of educators. Most […]

mdr-best-of-content-teachers

If educators respond to relationship marketing, and every relationship starts with a good conversation, then content marketing is your best opening line. Thoughtful, captivating, relevant content that strikes a chord with the teacher audience is an ideal ice breaker. Make an educator feel like you’re worth listening to, and you are heading for the top […]

mdr-teacher-appreciation-ideas

Apples, coffee cups, pencils, and rulers: What do these things have in common? Ding, ding, ding — they’re gifts given to teachers every single year. This Teacher Appreciation Week, you can do better by giving teachers something that they’re truly interested in. No matter their district or grade level taught, teachers are running short on […]