8 Key Concepts For Holiday Marketing according to Marketo. Moo Duk Kwan® certified school owners can read between the lines of this insightful publication from Marketo and gleen some tips for improving the effectiveness of your holiday promotion of your school this season.
Halloween is despised by some and enjoyed by others, but regardless of your perspective about Halloween I am sure you agree that safety is important.
Safety is especially important on Halloween when young kids may be roaming the streets in the dark and when widespread mischief and mayhem may be the norm, so being alert and attentive to personal safety is a high priority.
Halloween provides an opportunity for your school to capture the attention of the public and be visible and memorable in the context of this seasonal event.
School owners have reported several ways that they link awareness of their school to public awareness of Halloween and these three were the most popular.
Christopher Columbus is given credit for the discovery of America and is honored with the National Holiday of Columbus Day in October. This Columbus Day follow his lead and be an explorer, Discover Soo Bahk Do® at a Moo Duk Kwan Certified school.
This particular Membership Drive focuses on attracting new student prospects, converting them to enrolled students and converting them into members of the United States Soo Bah Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation, Inc.
Ideally, a Fall Membership Drive may be most productive when introduced in July before schools begin to restore classes.
Everything in the information could be narrowed and converted to a school level students drive.
Postcard Mania is offering an interesting new twist on the Birthday Club concept because instead of targeting your existing students birthdays, you will also be reaching out to non-students who have birthdays approaching and thus may be new student prospects.
You define your target mailing radius around your school and specify your criteria for who you want to receive your postcard and then design a postcard that speaks to the audience you want to target. The rest is automatic.
Could Pokemon Go really help you get the attention of potential new students for your school?
Even if it could, would it be worth the steep learning curve and the potential time sink involved just to experiment with it and see if it generates any new student prospects or not?
Soooooooo do you just ignore the hottest new game on the planet it OR do you figure out a way to test it as a marketing channel for your school?