Launch Date: 8/18/17
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Finalsite acquired Magic Hour Communications on July 20th, 2017. The Finalsite and Magic Hour teams are excited about combining our respective strengths into one, more efficient organization.
More and more schools and districts are turning to Finalsite as their answer for communications. Whether you want to better showcase the great work that's happening at your schools, compliment a technology initiative, simplify website management, or give teachers online tools to help them in the classroom, when you work with us, you'll have a partnership for success.
Convincing your school's higher-ups or stakeholders to redesign can sometimes be a difficult task. We tackle how to work around five common reasons schools avoid redesigning to help you kickstart your next redesign project, improve traffic to your website, and get the website you need for your school to meet your marketing and communication goals.
Learn how to craft targeted messages for your personas to help improve your school marketing and engagement in this guest blog from Bart Caylor, President & Founder of Caylor Solutions.
Jon Morgan, Owner, Director and Producer at JM Films shares the top five most popular videos independent schools should create or invest in this year.
Learn new, creative ideas for boosting yield this season and beyond with Avon Old Farms School.
The way districts should communicate with families has changed. Here's how to ensure you're meeting their needs and expectations on every channel.
Discover how the most effective marketing messages are the ones that zero-in tightly on your target audiences and ways of segmenting your school messages in this guest blog from Bart Caylor, President & Founder of Caylor Solutions.
From setting up communication to going live, and the process of implementation, our final post for our Accessibility Blog Series this week explains what you can expect after installing the AudioEye Ally toolbar on your school website, as well as answers some of your FAQs.
The fourth post for our Accessibility Blog Series this week should help you determine how to best understand the results of your website accessibility testing and how to assure everything you are sharing on your website is accessible to anyone.