Why VirCon6 is a Must for School Marketers

 

If you’re in education marketing or admissions, don’t miss this virtual conference.

I first became aware of Brendan Schneider through my friend, Rick Newberry (a.k.a. “Globetrotter,” a.k.a. “Selfie Samurai”), an enrollment consultant who has worked with hundreds of schools across the U.S. and beyond to help them boost their numbers in a sustainable way.

As I’ve followed Brendan over the years, I’ve come to appreciate why he’s a go-to source for so many marketing and enrollment professionals. He’s not speaking out of theory. He’s practicing his craft as Director of Advancement at Sewickley Academy in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. And he gets results.

So, why am I telling you about Brendan? Two reasons:

  1. If you’re in education marketing, admissions, or advancement, you need to follow this guy.
  2. He’s asked me to speak at VirCon6 on Saturday, October 13, 2018.

What is VirCon6? I’m glad you asked. In brief, VirCon6 is simply one of the best bargains you’ll find in enrollment marketing. There’s no travel – you just dial in. You’ll hear experts address relevant topics that can help you drive enrollment and retention. And you don’t actually have to attend live on Saturday, October 13. You can watch and share the recorded content with your team at any time after the event.

My presentation is on strategic messaging for schools. The title is, “Telling Your School Story with Clarity, Consistency, and Confidence.” I’ll be sharing key findings from my message consulting work with private schools that will help your team become better aligned with the interests of prospective families.

There are eight other presenters who will be speaking on a range of topics, including ADA compliance, digital marketing, virtual teams, and video strategy.

If you’re interested in learning more about VirCon6 or taking advantage of early bird special, just click here!

I hope to see you dial in on October 13, 2018, for an action-packed day of learning.

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