Category: Disrupting Enrollment

Mental Folders, Part 1: Learning to ‘Interact with Education Data’ Saved a School

Mental Folders, Part 1: Learning to ‘Interact with Education Data’ Saved a School

Everywhere you look these days, you hear about data. Your supermarket is keeping data on your purchases. Search engines and social media are doing the…

Transfer Mania: Tips to Meet Your Transfer Student Goals

Transfer Mania: Tips to Meet Your Transfer Student Goals

This is the time of year when the flow of first-year applications into university enrollment offices slows to a trickle and admission counselors begin reaching…

The Call to Adventure, Part 7: Finding Success with Capture

The Call to Adventure, Part 7: Finding Success with Capture

In this seventh and final installment of the Capture Higher Ed blog series, The Call to Adventure, writer Sean Hill answers the question: What does…

The Call to Adventure, Part 6: Struggle Well and Fail Better

The Call to Adventure, Part 6: Struggle Well and Fail Better

(In Part 6 of the Capture Higher Ed blog series, The Call to Adventure, Capture Higher Ed’s Sean Hill discusses Ray Dalio’s eighth and final…

The Call to Adventure, Part 5: Your Ego and Your Blind Spots

The Call to Adventure, Part 5: Your Ego and Your Blind Spots

In Part 5 of the Capture Higher Ed blog series, The Call to Adventure, writer Sean Hill continues his examination of Ray Dalio’s “Principles of…

Training: Imagine Marketing Automation as a Giant Gym

Training: Imagine Marketing Automation as a Giant Gym

While marketing automation has been counted among the top marketing trends for the past several years … While it has been established as a modern,…

The Call to Adventure, Part 4: See the Patterns in the Machinery

The Call to Adventure, Part 4: See the Patterns in the Machinery

(This is Part 4 of the Capture Higher Ed blog series, The Call to Adventure, which discusses billionaire Ray Dalio’s “Principles of Success” and how…

Merging Colleges: Now is Not too Early for Some Institutions

Merging Colleges: Now is Not too Early for Some Institutions

Recently, I talked about the “college bubble,” and I alluded to the fact that we’re beginning to see merging colleges in order for them to…

Do You Know the Behavioral Patterns of Your Website Visitors?

Do You Know the Behavioral Patterns of Your Website Visitors?

Capture Behavioral Engagement (CBE) not only monitors behavioral patterns on our partner’s websites, but also gives us good insight as to who the actual visitor is…

The Call to Adventure, Part 3: Make a Five-Step Plan

The Call to Adventure, Part 3: Make a Five-Step Plan

(This is the third installment of the Capture Higher Ed blog series, The Call to Adventure, which discusses billionaire Ray Dalio’s “Principles of Success” and…