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How to Write Compliant Copy That Converts

How to Write Compliant Copy That Converts from Enrollment Resources

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The typical approach for EDU digital marketing is centered around building an empirical argument to pursue training. Most marketers (us included) build arguments that rely on factual claims like placement rate, completion rate and graduate salaries to provide proof of the school’s value, followed by a call to action to fill out a form in return for more information about the school. This model is focused on sharpening that argument with hard data.

It’s not a bad approach and most schools do have stats to be proud of, but it does ride a compliance edge. If the data isn’t spectacular (i.e., completion rate or placement rate isn’t solid) or, more likely, claims rely on data that isn’t current, compliance problems arise. It’s easy for a school to overstate performance metrics mistakenly, and easier still for a landing page or website copy that was written months or years ago to get overlooked when new stats emerge.

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The Hidden Motivations Of Your Prospective Students

Enrollment Resources recently compiled data from over 125,000 prospective students who had completed a detailed online survey delving into their goals, frustrations, motivations and current life/work situations. We call this the “Career Training Readiness Quiz” (powered by our Virtual Adviser software). It is designed to do two things: Engage prospective students on the school’s website to help generate additional leads – typically a 30 percent bump in website generated lead flow – and help the prospective student understand if they are a fit for vocational education. Roughly 2.2 percent of unique visitors to a typical school’s website will engage with this survey.

The sample represented about 90 school systems across the U.S. and Canada with a wide variety of programs, including both male- and female-dominated programs.

Our analysis of the results has uncovered fascinating insights into career education prospective students, including where they are in their buying process, their dominant personality styles and how to communicate with them effectively, and the number one motivating trigger driving their buying decisions. Read more

Marketing now controls two-thirds of the admissions process

Female student at computerToday, prospective students do most of their research about their EDU buying decision away from the school. When an Admissions Advisor connects with a student, they are about 2/3 along the buying funnel.

Enrollment Management Tip:

Focus your copywriter/ad agency to up their game. Promotional material should answer only one question: “Why should someone put their life in your hands?”

New Research – Call Length to Appointment Set Rate Conference Call

New research: How quality discussions with prospective students impacts enrollment rate…

First point of contact with a potential student is the murky area where marketing ends and the admissions process begins.  A weak process during this stage in the enrollment process can reduce revenues by as much as 30%.  At Enrollment Resources (ER), we know that small process improvements throughout the enrollment process can result in retaining that revenue.

In this recorded conference call, Gregg Meiklejohn from ER and Martin Lind from Velocify share new research about the dynamics between the length of calls with inquiries and appointment set rate.  What is the ideal call length?  The answer might surprise you.  We will also explore what is the best call length during the morning, afternoon and evening and the days of the week.

Would You Spy on Your Admissions Staff?

When I was a young boy I was in Cub Scouts, the precursor to Boy Scouts. One session we made homemade periscopes, manufactured from cardboard boxes and a couple small rectangular mirrors. The periscopes were painted inside and out in flat black paint. I was now in possession of a three foot long instrument of stealth. A flat black spying machine just like the sub commanders used in the movie Das Boot.

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