Business, religious and community organizations would be able to adapt these marketing strategy points to their particular circumstances.
The author has been marketing for 20 years within the Catholic Church at both educational and Church spheres. The education experience is in elementary / primary and secondary levels, in city and country, in both large and small schools.
Below are the Chapter Headings which explain the chapter key headings. Click for full detailed list of Chapter Contents.
School Marketing Plan Overview Sample
School Marketing Plan and School Marketing Manager
School Marketing - Internet Applications with Samples and Instructions (including screenshots and live weblinks)
School Marketing and the Traditional Media + Instructions
School Marketing - Advertising in the Media + Instructions
School Marketing Relationships
School Marketing Resources + Instructions
Easy to read and use, professionally compiled, detailed e-books for school and church marketing personnel -
written in summarized point format.
If you have ever wanted to get your hands on truly well valued, easily downloaded, 304-340 paged marketing e-books, then these two e-books published in 2011, are for you.
No more wading through unnecessary long winded text.
Through detailed Contents and Index pages, you will be able to arrive at the specific marketing method you need in your particular marketing niche – school or church.
Once there, you will find the necessary points for that method, quickly seen – in all the detail you should need. These points will include:
- an explanation of what the method is
- various implementation strategies
- step-by-step development processes.
Each book published in 2011, is a considerably revised edition of the previous ones published over the past few years.
These marketing e-books will help increase school enrolments and get people back into church and are available from Amazon.com and CreateSpace:
- School Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (3rd ed), 2011, by Bryan Foster – 340 A4 pages
- Church Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (2nd ed) 2011, by Bryan Foster – 304 A4 pages