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Which of your web pages are viewed the most?

No doubt it is report writing time for many of you, as well as me! I've just finalised our quarterly marketing report, a task I actually find very incredibly rewarding. A few interesting finds came out of the report, one being just how many visitors we get from the US, and another being how many people [...]

April 13th, 2018|Marketing, News, Reports & Publications, Research|0 Comments

If testimonials are King, video testimonials are King, Queen and Country!

‘Customers’ or prospective parents as we prefer to refer to them are sceptical – they know all too well that your job is to market and sell your school to the best of your ability. It goes without question that you are going to tell them how wonderful everything is – you are highly unlikely [...]

March 23rd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

David Cardle appointed Chair of Governors, Stoke College

MTM’s Managing Partner David Cardle has been appointed Chair of Governors at Stoke College. He succeeds Mr Jonathan Burchell who has served as Chair of Governors since 2013. On his appointment, David said “I am honoured to be appointed Chair to such a dedicated team of governors, who have worked tirelessly to help the school [...]

March 16th, 2018|News, Strategy|0 Comments

How well did your communications stand up to the Beast from the East?

We have seen record school closures across the UK in the last week, thanks to the adverse weather conditions or the ‘Beast from the East’. No doubt school messaging services will have had a hammering, whether they took the decision to close or not. But how well did your communications stand up to the test? [...]

March 2nd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Universities review – it all comes back to affordability

When Theresa May announced her plans to review university tuition fees, I think most of us breathed a sigh of relief. In her own words ‘the system has failed to deliver sufficient competition on price’. Almost all courses are charged at the maximum £9,250 per year and interest rates on student loans are up to [...]

February 23rd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments