Alumni Monitor

 

Make the Most of Alumni Messaging: Email Best Practices

In our recent Email Best Practices: Let’s Connect! brief, Corporate Insight reviews several hundred emails from colleges and universities and examines current best practices in alumni email outreach, highlighting those schools and marketing messages that stand out in alums’ ever-filling inboxes. Here, we highlight key findings on email design as well as spotlight Davidson College, a […]

Engaging Alumni in 140 Characters or Fewer

In our recent Alumni Twitter Outreach: Engaging Alumni, 140 Characters at a Time report Corporate Insight explores the different ways colleges and universities use Twitter to reach alumni and keep them engaged with their alma mater. Here, we highlight key findings on how schools can publicize their Twitter profiles effectively, provide engaging content while maintaining […]

Alumni Monitor’s Q4 2016 Campaign Tracker Review

As part of our Alumni Monitor service, Corporate Insight provides clients with a quarterly analysis of comprehensive university giving campaigns gathered through our proprietary campaign data tracking system. The Campaign Tracker offers an in-depth view of how higher education institutions are progressing toward their stated fundraising goals and highlights the tools, outreach efforts and solicitations […]

Introducing the Alumni Monitor Online Marketplace

Alumni Monitor is excited to announce the launch of our new online marketplace, featuring research on emerging trends and new developments in the alumni relations field. The eCommerce site will allow colleges and universities with any budget to use our actionable research for more effective alumni communication and engagement. Read the news release to learn more […]

Inclusion, Not Solicitation: Chris Vlahos Recommends a New Approach to Alumni Outreach

In his keynote speech at the 2016 Council of Alumni Marketing and Membership Professionals (CAMMP) annual conference, Chris Vlahos, a senior consultant at fundraising consulting firm Marts & Lundy, discussed flaws in alumni associations’ traditional outreach techniques based on his experience at the Ohio State University Alumni Association and recommended a new message of value and inclusion instead.