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Insights to Power Your Higher Ed Marketing Strategy

As a Higher Education marketer, you’re always looking for fresh insights about your audience and industry.  Finding ways to attract high quality students is essential to satisfying your colleagues in admissions who are relying on you more than ever to help engage and convert prospective candidates.  

LinkedIn hosts a community of more than 660+ million members – including 64 million students and recent grads, and millions of prospective students. LinkedIn is unique as the only platform capturing data about shifts in the worldwide workplace population and the demands of prospective students for Higher Ed programs. We continually sift through all that data to surface insights you can harness to fuel your marketing strategy. 

Take the infographic below. As it shows, not only can we help you understand more about prospective students on LinkedIn, we can help you better engage them. 

Discover ways to optimize your marketing mix and get the most out of your investment. We’re committed to helping you succeed with your marketing goals so check back regularly for more insights. 

By: Gayle Polansky
Title: Insights to Power Your Higher Ed Marketing Strategy
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Published Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2020 02:00:00 -0700

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Michael is the Founder of the Fuseology Creative Brand and Socialtap. Michael's passion is in seeing and helping small business succeed. Some call him a "local genius" with a knack for uncover and connecting all the dots in chaotic digital world helping it make sense. Whether it is Website development, mobile websites or social media Michael and his team at Fuseology Creative & Socialtap are a great choice.

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