social media

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By Lisa Wolfe, President, L. Wolfe Communications There are many lessons to be learned from the college admissions scandal–dubbed “Operation Varsity Blues” by federal agents. The simplest one might be for parents: “Don’t do that,” as WeAreTeachers Editorial Director, Hannah Hudson, recently discussed on Headline News. But there are also important lessons that education marketers and […]

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Social media advertising provides marketers with great audience targeting choices and the ability to measure conversions. With Instagram steadily growing in popularity at 1 billion active users and Facebook’s user base reaching 2.2 billion, what does this mean for social advertisers and their campaign planning? Brands need to have active promotions running on both, and considering Facebook owns […]

A Review of EdNET 2018

By Maggie Bittner – EdNET Conference Manager Wow…what a great EdNET 2018 season we had this year!  We hosted three sold out education marketing events in September: in San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Engaging speakers, engaging topics, engaged attendees. All walked away with a ton of great tactics and ideas to help them build […]

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Do you know the optimal number of hashtags to use on Twitter and Instagram when trying to engage teachers?  We do!  On a recent webinar, we spoke with Dana Truby, Director of Creative and Social Media for MDR’s Integrated Marketing Services and WeAreTeachers, and Abi Gilman, Senior Strategist at MDR and WeAreTeachers, about social media marketing […]

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My daughter’s first-grade teacher sent home a letter welcoming us to the new year and helping pave the way for her expectations. One of the main take-aways from the letter is how important a parent’s involvement is in their child’s academic success. She explained how parents are part of the team that helps build a […]