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Ask the expert: Marketing Director Diana Toole, MBA

Learn how The Ellis School's admissions campaign drove up social media clicks 238%, increased enrollment 25% and won 5 Brilliance Awards.

2022 CASE-NAIS Independent Schools Conference

Join Zehno’s Kathy Cain and The Ellis School's Diana Toole in a CASE-NAIS session about launching and tracking an effective social media marketing campaign.

Magazine redesigns: before and after

See some of our best magazine redesigns over the years, which have won 60+ awards from CASE, UCDA, Educational Advertising Awards and more.

CASE Editors Forum, San Francisco

In the battle for reader attention, where your true competition isn’t just college magazines, top-notch imagery matters. Zehno’s President Kathy Cain and TCU Magazine’s editor Caroline Collier will show you …

Zehno partners win 4 EDM Awards

Congrats to Zehno partners Iowa State University Foundation, The Ellis School and Ursuline Academy for capturing four awards in the 9th Annual Education Digital Marketing Awards.

5 clever hacks to avoid interview roadkill

Here are five hacks to keep your interviews from going off the rails and ensure you get what you need to make your stories shine.

3 key takeaways: Bucking the Trends Leadership Roundtable

Learn from a panel of higher ed leaders at three very different institutions who bucked higher ed trends during the pandemic. Wise up with three key tips and takeaways from our roundtable webinar.

Zehno partners capture Educational Advertising Awards

Congrats to Zehno partners for capturing Educational Advertising Awards: Ursuline Academy of New Orleans and the University of British Columbia.

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