Level Up contest winners announced

Har-Ber High School, Meridian High School will get the chance to Level Up their yearbook programs over the next two years, with the help of contest prize package.

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Idea File Magazine

September 17, 2019 / Idea File Magazine

In a first for Walsworth Yearbooks, we are offering a sneak peek at the fall issue of Idea File magazine. Idea File has served as a resource for yearbook staffs for 30 years, covering all things yearbook. This issue is so great that we just couldn’t wait any longer! Idea File underwent several major changes…

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March 20, 2019 / Idea File Magazine / Spring 2019

Everyone hopes for a year of smooth sailing, with an exceptional staff and an appreciative community. That rarely matches reality. Sometimes a curveball changes the program. It could be planned or hit you out of nowhere. Advisers who faced drastic culture shifts in their classroom offered sound advice.  Understand your audience Not my yearbook After…

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Yearbooks are an integral part of any school year. However, as one of the only organizations at school whose very existence depends upon sales, keeping your program financially healthy presents a unique challenge. Keep your yearbook program in the black with these five yearbook marketing ideas.  1. Train a marketing manager Who knows how to…

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Over the last several years, I became known by the title of Ask Mike. This is mainly due to the questions I get when traveling around the country or through my podcast called Ask Mike. Now it’s time to answer some of those questions. D’Angilo in Kansas writes: Hey Mike, when we look at our…

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September 28, 2018 / Coverage / Fall 2018 / Theme

How a new adviser, new editors and new outlook made for one of Azle High School’s best yearbooks ever When The Hornet yearbook staff at Azle High School in Azle, Texas, gathered for their very first meeting just one week before the 2017-2018 school year kicked off, there was a lot of uncertainty about how…

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