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[Podcast] Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources - Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Our presenters in this episode are Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, Tom King of Enrollment Resources, and JP Smith, President of Celsius Marketing | Interactive. The panel explores one interesting strategy that will get the various regulators off your back and have employers wanting to hire your grads. The question you must always ask is, “How can I get my School to world-class like Tesla is to cars and Apple is to smartphones?

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[Transcript] Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources Transcript - Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your BackThis is the full transcript of Podcast #50 “Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back” hosted by Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, and Tom King of Enrollment Resources, with special guest JP Smith, President of Celsius Marketing | Interactive.

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Google’s Mission: Content vs. User Context

Content vs. User Context - The Main Takeaways Of Google Marketing Live, 2019Tammy Miles is the Director of Paid Search Marketing at Enrollment Resources. She recently attended the 2019 Google Marketing Live Conference in San Francisco. The event attracted over 5000 participants from 68 Countries, with most of the buzz focused around Google’s new ad features and artificial intelligence (AI) technology innovations. This is her summary of the main takeaways for schools looking to reach their EDU prospects.

Do You Know Your Prospect? Google Does

Google reiterated their mission: to deliver content that is useful, helpful, and transparent to their users while creating personalized and meaningful experiences that respect the privacy of those same users. To that end, Google advertising is heading beyond content and creative to the vast universe of user context.

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[Podcast] How 1% Improvements Can Translate Into Millions Of Dollars

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment ResourcesIt’s shocking how little effort it actually takes to be more successful than your competition. In this episode, Gregg, Shane, and Tom of Enrollment Resources are joined by special guest Brian Willett to show you how your school can catapult over your rivals through strategic and compounding one percent improvements!

Takeaways include:

  • The unfortunate reason why second best is actually the first loser
  • How to start making 1% improvements by rethinking the habits you take for granted
  • The specific, easy and immediate ways your school can make 1% improvements to increase your conversion rates TODAY

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[Transcript] How 1% Improvements Can Translate Into Millions Of Dollars

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources TranscriptThis is the full transcript of Podcast #46 “How 1% Improvements Can Translate Into Millions Of Dollars” hosted by Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, Tom King and special guest Brian Willett.

Listen to it on demand here.

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[Podcast] How To Create A Culture of Innovation

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment ResourcesInnovation is the best way to give your school a lasting and defendable competitive advantage. Yet most schools operate in largely the same manner as their competitors, preserving stale processes simply because “that’s how things have always been done.” Wouldn’t you rather your school be known as the Apple Computer or Tesla of your sector?

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Podcast

Podcast #50: Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources - Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Our presenters in this episode are Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, Tom King of Enrollment Resources, and JP Smith, President of Celsius Marketing | Interactive. The panel explores one interesting strategy that will get the various regulators off your back and have employers wanting to hire your grads. The question you must always ask is, “How can I get my School to world-class like Tesla is to cars and Apple is to smartphones?

Takeaways include:

  • Why, as EDU leaders, we must continuously stay in the question, “How do I make my School world-class” like Tesla is to electric cars or Apple is to smartphones?
  • Some key operational elements that will help your School become world-class.
  • Is a world-class EDU “product” simply teachers and curriculum, or is there so much more? Listen to this debate.
  • As you move toward becoming a world-class school, how do you avoid back-sliding?

Transcript available here.

Podcast #46: How 1% Improvements Can Translate Into Millions Of Dollars

It’s shocking how little effort it actually takes to be more successful than your competition. In this episode, Gregg, Shane, and Tom of Enrollment Resources are joined by special guest Brian Willett to show you how your school can catapult over your rivals through strategic and compounding one percent improvements!

Takeaways include:

  • The unfortunate reason why second best is actually the first loser
  • How to start making 1% improvements by rethinking the habits you take for granted
  • The specific, easy and immediate ways your school can make 1% improvements to increase your conversion rates TODAY

Take the first steps toward small changes that will have a substantial and lasting impact at your school. Listen now!

Transcript available here.

Podcast #42: How to Create a Culture Of Innovation

Innovation is the best way to give your school a lasting and defendable competitive advantage. Yet most schools operate in largely the same manner as their competitors, preserving stale processes simply because “that’s how things have always been done.” Wouldn’t you rather your school be known as the Apple Computer or Tesla of your sector?

Join Shane Sparks, Gregg Meiklejohn and Tom King of Enrollment Resources as they explore how you can create a culture of innovation at your school.