Our research shows that in the world of higher ed fundraising, it can cost up to two times an employee’s annual salary to recruit, hire, and train their replacement. Add in the soft costs of reduced productivity and eroding team morale, and it’s clear, staff turnover can be a performance goal killer.
At the heart of all successful storytelling lives content that is well-written and credible. But “content” is a tricky concept because there are several formats and types that constitute content.
The higher-ed fundraising game is changing. Most gift officers treat their “evergreen” donors—those who consistently give year after year—to dinner once in a while and then take whatever steps necessary to maintain the relationship, and continuously reinforce the myriad ways the college or university values their contribution. It’s a low-maintenance, reliable revenue stream.
One of the most consistently overlooked elements of any well-optimized page, post, or site is the meta description. If you’re new to on-page SEO, meta descriptions are the little blurbs of text beneath each blue link in search engine results—and, their purpose is to tell the searcher what the page is about.
The high school graduation rate in America reached an historic 81 percent in 2013, according to the latest report from the National Center for Education Statistics.
When it comes time to decide what to do with the rest of your life, college is never a bad option. More education usually means more opportunities, which is especially true when it comes to earning a degree in wildlife conservation.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 10 days, you’ve probably heard about Facebook’s announcement to prioritize “meaningful social interactions” over branded content, starting with its News Feed.
Forty-two percent of people say cost of tuition is the biggest hurdle they face in going back to school, according to a recent Google consumer survey conducted by Collegis Education.
Architect staffers weren’t the only ones in the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (Adnec) to issue a collective sigh of relief on day three of Cityscape 2009. The projected barometer of the capital city’s immunity to the global recession began as a very sleepy affair and, from what Architect learned, had several people worried.