I help schools and non-profits use inbound marketing and social media.
I'm the founder of http://www.SchneiderB.com and http://www.SchneiderB.fm, the Internet Marketing for Schools podcast.
I've implemented and manage the inbound marketing strategy at a private, PK-12 day school. We've seen our inquiries increase 4 out of the last 5 school years.
We have used Hubpost at our private, PK-12, day school for over four years now and have been able to increase our inquiries, visits, and applications four out of the last 5 years.
I launched and manage the social media accounts at my private, K-12 day school including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, and Google+
I created and maintain the lead nurturing email sequence at the private, PK-12, day school where I work.
Brendan has always been someone I could count on to provide a valuable perspective and new ideas for our blog. I have been able to recommend Brendan and point people in his directions (either personally or to his written work) when discussion matters relating to school, admissions, communication and social media in general.
Brendan is someone I look to for inspiration often.
I have my own business and have known Brendan for 8 years. He coached my son.I also assisted him coaching basketball at Western Reserve Academy. I was his assistant for 2 years. I can say, without reservation, that he has an excellent rapport with young people-the best I have seen. He has a gift of being tough, firm and fair but at the same time the kids love him. Working in a prep school is his "calling". Students that he coached and mentored several years ago still call him and stop by his house. I recommend Brendan for any position in a prep school environment. I have said since the first time I was associated with him that he's the 'best at what he does". He is an asset for any school. If anybody needs more information on Brendan my cell # is 330/289-2590 or email@example.com...Jim Reed
Brendan was excellent to work with, he is extremely well organized and was able to relate to kids as a coach and mentor. Brendan was respponsible for game day operations, managed numerous spring trips, oversaw the defense and was critical to the coaching of the team during the game. Players responded well to his criticism and respected what he had to say.