Tagged with education marketing

Reaching Educators on Social Media

Reaching Educators on Social Media

Figuring out how to get your message to educators can be difficult. A great place to start is through social media. Educators are very active on social media and turn to social media when making decisions. Educators are influenced by their peers, making it a big win for you when an educator mentions your product. … Continue reading

How to Improve Email Response and ROI

How to Improve Email Response and ROI

How many education product emails do you think educators receive on a daily basis? It might be less than you think! Agile’s February 2017 survey found educators receive less than 20 education product emails a day. This means email can still be effective for your company. So how can you improve the response rate and … Continue reading

Writing Effective Emails for Educators

Writing Effective Emails for Educators

Email marketing is a huge aspect of any business’ marketing because businesses can get their message across and easily track the results. The hardest part of email marketing is making sure you get your message across well so you readers engage. According to data from Agile Education Marketing, 40% of educators value email for communicating … Continue reading

Keeping Emails CAN-SPAM Compliant

Keeping Emails CAN-SPAM Compliant

Educators receive nearly 20 emails about education products and services daily according data from Agile Education Marketing. To ensure your message is reaching your audience, make sure your email messages meet the CAN-SPAM requirements. Source: Agile Education Marketing

Tips for Marketing to Teachers

Tips for Marketing to Teachers

Since school districts have tight funding, teachers use their personal funds to purchase items for their classroom. Agile Education found that teachers spend an average of $468 of their personal funds on their classroom. Here is the cost breakdown of personal and school funds used for classroom supplies and materials. Even though teachers aren’t the … Continue reading