Student Bloggers Spread the Word
Gen Z values authenticity, research, and analysis in decision making. Through the student bloggers on StudyUSA.com, international students are able to have a window into what the experience of coming to America to study is really like. Creating meaningful experiences for connection and authenticity is the secret sauce for this digital-savvy population that makes up one-third of our world. Use our student blogger program and allow your international students to tell their stories and share their own experiences of your school or program.
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Why You Should Keep Advertising During a Market Downturn
Obviously, it’s a challenging time right now; no prognosticators, no matter how expert their background is, can predict what will happen during the next 3–6 months. However, keeping in front of students is more important now than it was 6 months ago. If you’re debating cutting your marketing and advertising budget, we’d urge you to reconsider. We advocate keeping an inspirational and hopeful tone in your marketing, while managing your message and offering value. And we have lots of ideas on how you can reach your future students now!
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What's Happening This Week
For Educators and Institutions:
This week at E20, our free webinar series offered in partnership with Branta, Lou Greenwald, head of business development at Unibuddy, will be speaking about “How to Reach a Global Market.” Join him on Thursday, April 30, at 10 AM PST.
Register for this webinar here →
In case you missed it:
Revisit last week’s webinar and hear Gavin Newton-Tanzer of Sunrise International speak on “DIY Techniques and Strategies to Create Your Own VR Content” by clicking here to replay the video or download his presentation.
In our student-facing series, Student Sessions on Facebook Live, this week holds three broadcasts:
Watch the broadcasts here →
“I’m enjoying the short webinars you all are sponsoring … I’m learning lots of new tips and things to implement. One of the ideas I got from the last one was asking our students for photos of them during quarantine and how they’re working hard to not spread the virus. Thanks again for all your support.” —Cheryl Hansen, Director of International Programs, Walla Walla Community College
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