How much more could a school achieve with Digital Marketing?

Digital Marketing for education is an essential Dialogue tool.  Being an Agent to School Website (a UK Company) in the Middle East, and a former school leader, I was under the impression that 85% of our dialogue with our parents, teachers, and students – was through the digital media channels.

How much more can a school achieve with digital marketing tools?

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About jailan gamal

I am the Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of the Applied Learning Advisers Company, based in Cairo-Egypt. I am leading on a Practice-led Research devoted to studying the education and learning methods at Finland and UK Schools. I am also a Former Principal and Chief Innovation Officer of a Cambridge Associate and IB Candidate School in Egypt, Former Director of an IB World School and Regional Business Development at Edexcel the UK's largest Awarding Body for qualifications. I have proudly led on designing and directing entrepreneurship in e-commerce for a scholarship scheme in Egypt offered in partnership with Education for Employment Foundation and a major E-commerce Reselling Marketplace in the Middle East. I also, provide Business mentoring for startups that involve young entrepreneurs and business women to enhance their business management skills in the Middle East and North Africa.
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