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Twitter for Heads and Admissions Directors

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Presenter: Jess Creach …

Presenter: Jess Creach

How does a Head of School or Director of Admission get started with Twitter? In this session, we'll talk about how this type of tweeting can benefit your school, how to do it well and how to get started.

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  • 1. Twitter for Heads of School & Directors of Admission Jess Creach
  • 2. What are your goals? What does a good tweet look like? Who is doing this well? How do I get started? ?
  • 3. Communicate uniquely Increase & Maintain Enrollment How do you do that? Distinguish yourself as an innovator Communicate with parents Communicate MORE than other schools
  • 4. Anatomy of a (Good) Tweet (timed)
  • 5. Anatomy of a (Good) Tweet (relevant)
  • 6. Anatomy of a (Good) Tweet (includes digital media)
  • 7. Anatomy of a (Good) Tweet (directs to website)
  • 8. Anatomy of a (Good) Tweet (engages)
  • 9. So... who is doing this well already?
  • 10. So... who is doing this well already?
  • 11. Benefits (enables the best work from the community, demonstrates how s/he is an active and engaged member of the community) Availability Make tools readily available Check-Ins Check in regularly to see how it’s going Getting the Word Out Ensure success - get the word out
  • 12. @jesscreach jessc@whipplehill.com

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