SandyAllain.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Don’t Wait for Students: Grab Them!

    For any language school, one of the biggest problems is getting and keeping students. There are several main areas to consider: understanding your target markets, matching your program with your markets, and building a working relationship with agents in other countries. Understanding your Prospective Students Students from different countries have vacations at different times. Japanese… The post ...

SandyAllain.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • SEO and PPC Compared to promote your language programs

    Promoting the content on your website doesn’t have to be difficult. Two basic methods are used to boost website traffic: pay-per-click (PPC) advertising or search engine optimization (SEO). Before deciding which method is right for your website there are two factors to consider: costs and desire results. PPC relies on paid exposure while SEO relies… The post SEO and PPC Compared to promote your la...

SandyAllain.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Tips to Reach Out to Different Kinds of Professionals When Blogging for Your Language School

    Writing several blogs about your language school may seem difficult at first, given the initial impression that the services of language schools, generally speaking, is rather one-dimensional. Nonetheless, given the various professional avenues learning new languages can open to learners, it’s actually difficult to come up with blogging ideas for your language school. Reaching out…

  • Maximizing Your Subscriber List in Marketing Your Language School Online

    Blogging about your language school requires more than just impressive and effective communication skills. Building networks is what counts when writing about what your language school offer. Certainly, that involves having to maximize the functionalities of digital marketing tools made available at your disposal – you can’t just rely on your blogs per se. Enter…

  • Targeting Partners: Expanding Your Language School Network through Blogging

    More often than not, language school owners who utilize blogging tend to use such medium to talk about their services – all with the intent to establish smooth-sailing communications with both their prospects and clients. But not many of them know that blogging is also instrumental for them to reach potential partners that can help…

  • How to STOP Overwhelming Visitors and Turn Them into Students for Your Language School

    You’re trying hard to get new students to your language school. You’re advertising; you’re creating content; you’re erecting an authority website for all things language. The problem is your content. It’s losing visitors. Your content may be too complex, diluted, or spread out. Your visitors come looking for one idea but have six or seven…

  • Does Your Language Business Need A Lead Magnet?

    Your business is in need of something that is going to produce leads, and you can make all these leads by yourself if you have some help. This article will explain how to generate your own leads, and you will learn how to turn one lead into many more leads by collecting information from your…

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