23 Summer Coverage Ideas for Your 2023 Yearbook

Here are 23 ideas for summer coverage in the yearbook that you can take and put your own unique spin on to fit your student body.

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December 18, 2020 / Coverage / Design

Staffs and advisers around the country are rising to the challenge to tell the story of this unique year in their yearbooks. From coast-to-coast it’s been such a radically different experience for every yearbook staff. In this blog series, we take a look at what yearbooks staffs are covering and how they are structuring their…

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December 17, 2020 / Coverage / Design

Staffs and advisers around the country are rising to the challenge to tell the story of this unique year in their yearbooks. From coast-to-coast it’s been such a radically different experience for every yearbook staff. In this blog series, we take a look at what yearbooks staffs are covering and how they are structuring their…

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December 16, 2020 / Coverage / Design

Staffs and advisers around the country are rising to the challenge to tell the story of this unique year in their yearbooks. From coast-to-coast it’s been such a radically different experience for every yearbook staff. Some of you have been meeting in person, in class, and as a school every day since the first day…

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December 2, 2020 / Coverage / Marketing

In case you missed it, Walsworth Yearbooks recently hosted the “Social Success: How to Make Social Media Work for You” webinar with advice from six yearbook editors from across the country who run successful social media campaigns. But don’t worry, you can still catch the replay to learn their valuable tips and tricks for success.…

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November 12, 2020 / Coverage / Photos

Did your school cancel picture day this year? Even if it’s being held, will every student be there? If you’re outsourcing your school portraits, you don’t have to sacrifice quality. Walsworth Yearbooks sales representative Alex Wilson, M.S. Ed., shared tips on how to take great school photos from home in two videos – one for…

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November 6, 2020 / Coverage

This is a hard blog to write. Why? It deals with something I care about, so that should be easy. After all yearbooks, yearbook students and yearbooking are my life. The reason for the difficulty is that It deals with a subject that we sometimes shy away from as we just do not want to…

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October 29, 2020 / Copywriting / Coverage

Are you wondering how you’re going to fill your yearbook pages during this crazy pandemic? What can you put on all the spreads that normally would be filled with hundreds of school events and activities? It’s easy. Tell the stories of the people in your school community with individual profiles. All you need to do…

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October 16, 2020 / Ask Mike / Coverage / Fall 2020

How many new words and phrases have entered your vocabulary since March? Social distancing, mask mandate, virtual learning and now, time to add another phrase to the vocabulary: crowdsourcing. You may ask, “What is this crowdsourcing and why would I need it for the yearbook?” Let me explain. The staff wants to do a spread…

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October 13, 2020 / Coverage / Fall 2020 / Idea File Magazine

With schools beginning in a distance-learning format, we’re forced to reexamine yearbooks. If our yearbooks are going to be memory books, reference books, public relations books and – perhaps most importantly this year – history books, then journalistic, interview-based copy is a crucial component of our 2021 yearbooks. For those who have relied on pictures…

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October 12, 2020 / Coverage / Marketing

Bestselling author, industry-leading sales expert and former yearbooker Jeb Blount joined current yearbookers across the country in a virtual webinar to discuss best practices and tips to level up their yearbook ad sales game. Sharing a wealth of knowledge from his own experience selling yearbook ads and as a national sales leader, student panelists asked…

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