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Multiply Engagement

Effective education marketing leverages the power of existing students and families. Increasing existing students and families engagement is crucial to growth. A key component of our education marketing strategy is the creation of compelling content that is distributed to your existing student base, asking for brand ambassadors to tell your story. Testimonials and endorsements are the most credible form of education marketing there is.

Connect with New Students

Robust research will identify targets by geographic, sociographic and psychographic research. Research analysis then identifies target personas to personalize outreach, addressing felt needs in a compelling way to grow inbound lead generation without breaking the piggy bank. Our education marketing lead generation strategies typically helps schools increase lead generation while lowering the cost per lead.

Lead Conversion

Leads are only as valuable as the ability to convert them. Education marketing content that doesn't resonate, has clumsily worded calls to action, and/or ineffective landing page design can undermine conversion efforts. Marketing funnels must be personalized to match your donor personas. Lead nurturing must be personalized by persona to increase conversion rates.

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"Elevate Marketing has deep experience helping schools grow. Whether it is higher education, private education, or charter schools, we have a track record for increasing lead volume, improve lead to enrollment closing rates, and lower cost per new student enrollment.. We are passionate about education marketing because we believe quality education is a crucial component to making the world a better place."
Vickie Isaac, M.Ed
Vickie Isaac, m.Ed.

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Education Marketing in Strange Times

We all hoped that the 2021-2022 school year would bring relief and a return to the normal classroom experience.  Enter… the Delta variant of COVID-19 and the increased virality of its’ impact.  Educational leaders are scrambling again, learning, balancing, and juggling priorities to help their students succeed while protecting their health.   And, as educational leaders scramble and juggle, education marketing once again needs to adjust messaging and methodologies.

All Kids Need Music helps homeless children

Elevate Marketing Press Release 06.23.2020

While poverty and homeless rises for Arizona’s at risk child population, All Kids Need Music, In partnership with the Children First Leadership Academy (formerly Thomas J. Pappas School for the Homeless), have stepped up to provide personal attention and support to over 70 homeless and impoverished Arizona children. In its final week of a four week summer camp, All Kids Need Music has provided the transformative power of therapeutic music education proven to positively impact physical, social, emotional and cognitive outcomes for at risk, underprivileged, foster and orphaned Arizona children.

Elevate Marketing press release about homeless children

Elevate Marketing Press Release 06.21.2020

In the midst of the scorching heat, homeless and impoverished Arizona children are enjoying air conditioned classrooms, two nourishing meals a day, therapeutic music lessons, and help with their academics to improve their educational outcomes. The Children First Leadership Academy (formerly Thomas J. Pappas School for the Homeless) is partnering with All Kids Need Music to help Arizona’s most vulnerable children receive the personalized attention they need to improve their chances for positive academic and mental health outcomes. Without intervention, the long term effects of childhood homeless and poverty can rob them of the chance for a productive, happy life.



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