1) Identify schools that have admission rates as close to 100% as possible (most schools are over 100%, not sure if ANY are below 100%, so like below 110% admission is very low).
2) Identify schools that have low student retention rates.
3) Look for folks in the Admissions department.
The selling process is like any other. Identify compelling cases for why they'd want/need your list. "Having trouble finding students? We can help"
Answered 9 years ago
Create your own funnel/campaign.
Document the process and verify their quality.
Cost per lead varies by quality.
There are multiple factors that vary here as well.
I'm not sure if you are asking about how to actually sell the online universities on the idea OR How to get the leads to then sell them.
Answered 8 years ago
Prospective students are cold leads. They aren't ready to buy, and they haven't been exposed to your product or service. To convert them into customers, you need to engage them in a conversation that builds trust, provides value and ultimately turns them from prospects into leads. Guiding students about https://edubirdie.org/can-you-get-caught-using-edubirdie/ and other such articles can increase your trust level. This helps build rapport and trust between prospective student and your institution, making it easier for both parties to work together later on down the line if needed
Answered 2 months ago