Andrew Cassel joins the podcast to talk about his experiments in Twitch streaming for higher education marketing. We touch on everything from how to do it to the effects on lifecycle management for institutions.
This episode features Bentley McBentleson, Digital Marketing Director for Long John Silver’s. The discussion takes a deep-dive into social media practices, finding your brand voice, and how engaging content can build affinity with brand audiences. What can higher ed learn from fast food marketing? A ton, it turns out.
Learn more about Bentley and connect with him. He is @mcbentleson pretty much everywhere.
Joel Goodman and Jon-Stephen Stansel are joined by Eddie Francis, Director of Communications and Marketing at Dillard University. Eddie discusses his work in HBCU Comms, building communities, and provides advice to predominantly white institutions on caring for their Black communities.
Mike Petroff from Harvard Business Publishing joins Joel and J.S. to discuss bringing Product Management techniques into colleges and universities.
Michael Fienen, host of the Drunken UX Podcast and CTO of nuCloud joins Joel and J.S. to talk about how a better focus on the most valuable pieces of marketing could produce radical change in higher education. Do less, better.
Dr. Allen Thomas joins J.S. Stansel and Joel Goodman to talk about what true diversity and inclusion can look like in higher education marketing. In this episode, we talk about the balance between authenticity and aspirational marketing when it comes to inclusivity.
Mike Richwalsky joins Joel and J.S. to talk about his experience as the parent of a high school senior in the college admissions process, partially during COVID-19. Mike brings lots of insight from his 20 years in higher education marketing about what surprised him being on the other side of the campaign.
Mike is the Principal of Gas Mark 8, a digital agency working in the US and U.K. with non-profit and education organizations.
Jon-Stephen Stansel and Joel Goodman talk about the conference bubble and how best to get everything we can out of attending a conference. Do online conferences present better opportunities for leadership to hear our struggles? Will more people attend online conferences? And how can we turn a sympathy party into a learning experience?