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Is Your Website Design Getting In the Way?

Discover Lost Revenue by Shifting How You Communicate Your Business Online

A common misconception about website optimization is that graphic design and “cool features” will drive the best returns.  Designers will focus on “brand integrity” with slick images and fonts creating a beautiful presentation of your business online. Clearly, you want your best foot forward as this is your opportunity to make a first impression online. However, you can get lost focusing on the design and lose sight of what the user of your site is looking for – INFORMATION.

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Best Practices for Website Lead Generation

When looking at a website page from a marketing perspective, it’s important to define the ONE action you want your prospects to do when visiting your page. This is a website lead generation best practice, especially in the education sector. When we give our prospective students too much choice, they become overwhelmed and often leave a site without taking any action at all.  You definitely don’t want that!

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Notes & PPT: The Art & Science of Testing

How can a single sentence can increase conversion and two other surprising test results

On December 18th, 2012 and again (due to overwhelming requests) on February 14th, 2013, Enrollment Resources co-founders Gregg Meiklejohn and Shane Sparks conducted a Webinar presentation on the Art & Science of Testing. Read more

Three Questions to Ask BEFORE Hiring a Marketing Agency

The marketing agencies available to help you reach your goals are as varied as the schools we serve. If you’re trying to dig through offerings to see which firm is best positioned to help you, you’re probably confused. So many firms talk about your branding, websites, their proprietary software, SEO, Social Media, Paid Search and design management – how do you make sense of it? At Enrollment Resources, we pursue the truth. We think it is important that you get the best service for you. We’ll tell you if we don’t think we can help you and we’re paid on our performance only. Whether you are hiring us or not, we think these three questions are what you need to ask when doing your research.

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