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Why Microsite Tracking Creates Micro Results

Why Microsite Tracking Creates Micro Results

Tracking visitors to improve engagement goes back to Xerox’s marketing and sales automation in the late 80s. For decades now, the commercial industry has used tracking intelligence to deliver top customer experiences and maximize results. As behavioral intelligence...
Why Days of Giving Coincided With the Rise in Technology

Why Days of Giving Coincided With the Rise in Technology

It is all hands on deck for university advancement offices across the country for the annual Day of Giving. We recently outlined six strategies to remember when preparing for the big day and they all share one commonality — technology. Over the past several years, Day...
The Four Kinds of Students Interested in MPS Programs

The Four Kinds of Students Interested in MPS Programs

Within the next seven years, master’s degrees will account for nearly a third of all postsecondary degrees. But unlike the tremendous growth in awarded master’s degrees over the past two decades, this new increase will come from Master of Professional Studies (MPS)...
How Technology Guides Donor Outreach During A Crisis

How Technology Guides Donor Outreach During A Crisis

An issue with the Greek system … An athletic program under investigation … Faculty members in hot water … Or any of the myriad of issues that require gift officers to manage donor relations through a crisis. Sooner or later, a university advancement...
Make Your Graduate Recruitment Practices More High Tech

Make Your Graduate Recruitment Practices More High Tech

More and more experts are recommending that grad schools implement strategies found in undergraduate admission offices and the business world to update and reform outmoded and ineffective graduate recruitment practices and marketing approaches. What does this mean?...
Diminishing Returns: Spending More Money to Get More Students? Why?

Diminishing Returns: Spending More Money to Get More Students? Why?

Law of Diminishing Returns (a principle in economics): at any given stage of technological advance an increase in productive factors (as labor or capital) applied beyond a certain point fails to bring about a proportional increase in production – Merriam-Webster...
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