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Great Resources for Higher Education Marketers

We strive to equip you with the best tools out there to successfully market your university, and have therefore compiled a list of useful websites for you. They offer valuable resources around higher education marketing, with best practices, tips, interviews, and much more.

Do you have another great resources you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments.

Higher Ed Live

Higher Ed Live

A network of live weekly videos about higher education, this website brings you interviews with professionals from universities, which are recorded for viewing afterwards and come with a neat little summary.

Watch this one about how the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Letters & Science has completely changed their print newsletter production.


EDUniverseBrought to you by the team of mStoner, this website is a content hub with tons of posts for education professionals.

We found this little gem, which features a collection of great books, websites, campaigns, videos, and more from 2013.

Higher Education MarketingHigher Education Marketing

As a digital marketing agency that focuses on increasing the ROI for universities, Higher Education Marketing also blogs regularly. A handful of contributors write about topics like the decrease of teenagers on Facebook and how it affects universities, or reputation management in the age of social media.


Are you redesigning your website? eduStyle might just be the perfect website for you.

The site lets you look up website designs by tags like noteworthy, mobile, social, and popular.


Andrew CareagaHigher Ed Marketing by Andrew Careaga

Andrew Careaga, Communications Director for Missouri University of Science and Technology, is sharing his knowledge with frequent blog posts. He gets to the bottom of what makes a successful university Twitter account, and gives great tips on how to live tweet at an event.

And now we’d love to hear your favorite resources that make your work easier or simply a blog post that inspired you. Let us know in the comments.