Three Ways that Emotional Engagement Can Strengthen Your Recruitment Efforts
Outside of higher education, the importance of customer engagement has been gaining significant traction for years. After the 2008 market collapse, understanding customer engagement became a top priority. In higher education, this essentially means that if you’re creating a compelling experience and emotional connection with your prospective students, their pull to your institution is strengthened.
Download our whitepaper to learn more about:
- The importance of emotional engagement in developing a well-rounded picture for the prospective student
- How to maximize emotional engagement
- Where to look for emotionally engaging experiences
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