…Merely a brief pause and a reminder that if you want something free there’s always a deadline.
This is the end of my ramblings on the topic of marketing to schools, at least for 2013. I hope to be back on 2 January to start all over again.
In the meanwhile here are two final thoughts (although I know you’ll more than likely be busy packing up and joining in the Festive Whatnot, but I thought I’d try anyway).
First thought, we do have a few places left in the postal shared mailing to secondary schools on 16 January 2014. This is one of those postal shared mailings that includes a free personal email campaign, and entry on our various websites (which I’m rather pleased to say are continuing to get around 80,000 visits a month between them).
The price works out at around 5.5p to 9p per school, depending on how you proceed, for which you get your 5000 leaflets delivered, plus around 2500 personal emails. An amazing deal.
Now the problem with January shared mailings is that by the time one has returned to the office in January there’s not much time to get the leaflets printed. So, while you are eating the turkey you might like sketch out the leaflet you want to send out on that date.
Remember, you will be reaching a large number of teachers who are never reached through email campaigns – so it can be a good thing to do. The leaflets need to be delivered no later than 9 January.
There are details on www.shared.org.uk
Meanwhile you can read all my exciting and stimulating thoughts that have arisen through the year on www.blog.educationmarketing.org.uk. And if by any chance you want to explore any issue during the holiday period, just email me on Tony.Attwood@aisa.org
Meanwhile, if you have been, thank you for reading.
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