Marketing, admissions or both? Find out how to collaborate and pull your valuable leads through.
By Anthony Campisi Graduate Program Marketing Graduate Program Recruitment Solutions Lead Generation Strategy
It’s been a year, or two, or 5. Are they still considering continuing their education, did they already complete another program or did they give up the dream? For some graduate programs, there is fixed window for decisions, while others have a longer lifecycle.
Let’s examine your leads, prospects and future students. As your prospects continue the decision making process, your team’s efforts are pivotal in converting them.
If you’re like many schools, you’ve got a group of stagnant leads that you’re wondering about. Stagnant leads are tricky for many reasons. Here are a few ideas on what to do with them.
There’s a firm in town that’s been reaching out. They’re really nice and have a great website. Some of the other departments are using them and seem to like them. Sounds like a no-brainer for your graduate program’s needs, right?
By Anthony Campisi Graduate Program Recruitment Solutions Graduate Programs Lead Generation Strategy
The decision-making process for a prospect to enroll in an Executive MBA program is painfully long. Statistics show that this process can take up to two years. So what can you do to speed up the process?
By Anthony Campisi GPRS Graduate Program Recruitment Solutions
Each year, do you wonder how you’re going to fill your cohorts and hit your net tuition revenue goals? Have you been watching online programs and competitors syphon off what was once a reliable channel for new students? Is your current marketing budget not providing the return on investment it once did? You’re not alone.
Many words come to mind when describing an Executive MBA program: Transformational Experiential Leadership Elite Incomparable Potential Advancement Do these words describe your Executive MBA program? It's likely they do, and they can also be used to describe most EMBA programs. Herein lies the problem. Most EMBA programs look and sound the same. How is a prospective student expected to distinguish between your program and that of your competitors?