The new year means new social media trends, so we narrowed down four of the top trends in 2018 that schools will want to start incorporating into their social media strategies.
The Finalsite UK Blog | Marketing & Communications
Get inspired and shake up your marketing and communications strategy with these ideas.
You'll want to keep an eye on these two emerging trends in 2018, as they will impact your school's organic website traffic.
From creative layouts to more personalised content, here are the top trends schools should be focusing on next year to improve their website's user experience and overall design.
Be inspired by how this international school's best-in-class redesign has helped the school fine-tune its messaging and bring the school's vision to life through an engaging website.
In the months leading up to the GDPR deadline of May 2018, you can rely on Finalsite to help you prepare by providing you with the most reliable, accurate information that is relevant to the education sector.
St. Mary School's switch to a new CMS with tools to engage prospects helped them increase enrolment for this school year by 12%.
Every school website needs to be responsive. These are the top five reasons why.
But over the past four years, Responsive Web Design (RWD) has transformed from a cool new trend, to an absolute necessity and expectation.
The Internet doesn't wait for anyone — so you'll want to be sure you make these four changes before the clock strikes midnight this New Year's Eve!
Finalsite Partner Vidigami shares strategies for crowdsourcing and sharing visual content with your community.
Your website needs maintenance, attention and updating — constantly. Since you're short on time already, we prioritise what needs updating, and when.
Your school's brand is its calling card to the outside world: it's how you're identified and remembered. When somebody sees your logo or your school colours, it immediately evokes an emotion in them; whether that's admiration, indifference or something else depends on your reputation and how you have marketed yourself.
Your website is the one member of your marketing team that's working 24-7. (Even those one-person-marketing-teams get a little sleep...sometimes.)
Your school's brand is its calling card to the outside world: it's how you're identified and remembered. When somebody sees your logo or your school colors, it immediately evokes an emotion in them, whether that's admiration, indifference or something else depends on your reputation and how you have marketed yourself.
When I was in college, one of the most random but interesting things I learned was about the architecture of malls: the location of stairs, escalators, elevators and doors are all strategically placed so that if you enter the mall through one set of doors, in most cases, you must venture through almost the entire mall to make your exit.
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