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[PODCAST] Creating Tuition Pages that Work
Apply Yourself: A Podcast Series With Tim McDonough

Tim McDonough Apply Yourself

Tim McDonough reflects on one of his most popular discussions from 2016 - how to create tuition pages that work for schools, not against them.


PODCAST HIGHLIGHTS

  • How to make your website your "second campus"
  • Examples of schools doing a great job with tuition pages that sell value before naming price
  • Why you need to always have a call to action on your admission pages

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