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Buyback is Looming — Are You Taking Advantage of Free Marketing?

Posted by Dean Asher on Mar 19, 2015 12:00:00 AM
Topics: Higher Ed, mbs direct, buyback, K-12, Marketing to Students

Don’t bend over backwards to promote your own buy. Let us do the heavy lifting.

As an MBS Direct partner program, you have dozens of ready-made marketing materials available at your fingertips, including posters, emails and social media posts. You just need to log into the MBS Direct Marketing site. Get everything planned before spring rush and summer break.

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Our marketing works because of how fine-tuned and well-researched it is. Each resource is designed with your students in mind and is guaranteed to grab their attention. Once you've determined which materials you want to use, contact your account manager to discuss how to best implement them.

Because every school, campus and program is different, we don't have a one-size-fits-all approach to picking a message for your students. Materials provided to your school are reviewed and analyzed by an Internal Marketing Specialist based on how they've performed, when your school has ordered materials, what your school has used successfully in the past and what's working well at similar schools.

We're also open to comments and suggestions from schools like yours, which helps us produce even better marketing materials that you can use.

In addition to buyback materials, the marketing site is full of free resources for our other services, such as ordering and Guaranteed Buyback, so be sure to bookmark it for future reference.

Once you've found the materials you’d like to use, simply contact your Account Manager with the details. Ready to get started? Click here to explore all that we have to offer.

About Dean Asher

Dean Asher is a former copywriter with MBS. Though he no longer writes for us, he is still proud of having helped this blog continue to evolve as an industry-leading resource of news and original content.

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