Social Media

How to create a social media calendar for your school

Social media can be time-consuming and tricky to master. Luckily, a social media calendar can help you stay on task and improve the performance of social media for schools. Find out more!

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Setting goals for your school's social media channels

Clearly defined goals are key to ensuring a successful social media presence for your school.

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Five Social Media Management Tools for a Productive 2021

We’ve put together a list of some helpful tools to help you manage, schedule and report on social media marketing for your school.

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New Facebook Post Ideas for the New Year [Updated for 2021]

As we kick off a new year, we thought we’d throw around some new ideas for creative and engaging school Facebook posts.

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5 Simple Hacks to Get Your School Leaders to Create User-Generated Content

User-generated content can be the best social proof for your school. Check out these 5 simple hacks to get your school leaders to create user-generated content for your school's social media accounts.

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Ideas for school social content over the break

Looking for a competitive edge for your social channels? The school break is the perfect time to capitalise on your community’s free time. Check out our ideas for holiday social media for schools.

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Boosting Facebook Posts: A Walkthrough

Learn how to quickly and easily use your school’s marketing budget to reach more people by boosting a Facebook post.

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Using Social Media to Drive Online Enrollments

While offering a strong call to action on your school’s website can be an effective driver of online enrollments, learn how social media can be used to boost conversions.

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TikTok and Your School's Social Strategy

TikTok has exploded in popularity over the past few years — but should your school incorporate it into your social strategy? Learn about how to evaluate whether TikTok is right for your school.

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