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NAGAP 2016 Attendees Answer: What Keeps You Up at Night?

Asking questions is the foundation of understanding where someone else is coming from.

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Motivation in Marketing

Have you ever given any thought as to why, from a motivational standpoint, specific tactics work well in higher ed?

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Motivation in the Workplace

To put Maslow’s theory into perspective, let’s look at these needs from an employee’s point of view.

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Celebrating 15 Years of VisionPoint

I’m humbled and excited to announce that the month of April marks the 15th anniversary of VisionPoint Marketing! 

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VisionPoint to Present at NAGAP 2016 Annual Conference

When I first heard the NAGAP Annual Conference was headed to Music City in 2016

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The 2016 AMA Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education Call for Proposals

The Symposium is an annual event that brings together upwards of 1,250 higher ed marketers.

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Three Branding Books Every Higher Ed Marketer Should Read

I was recently asked to recommend three books on branding to help an institution’s marketing team prepare for the rebranding process.

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VisionPoint Ranks Among Top 10 Best Employers in NC

VisionPoint Marketing has been named one of the 2016 Best Employers in North Carolina!

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VisionPoint to Present at the NCMPR National Conference

Community colleges are telling their stories more boldly than ever, and audiences are responding.

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Finding ROT Content and Knowing What To Do With It

There's a quicker, more efficient way to improve your content.

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Why Typography Matters in Higher Education

Higher ed marketers should at least be familiar with the basics of typography in order to make their work memorable and easy to consume.

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Marketing to Niche Audiences: How Johns Hopkins Leveraged a Website Redesign to Recruit Best Fit Students

Whatever the field, almost every program shares a common marketing challenge: how to reach a niche audience.

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