Something as simple as a shoebox or a large envelope can be an excellent way to collect relevant and useful information for your yearbook pages and save your staff hours of research.
Why Didn’t I Think of That?
The Mountain Pine High yearbook staff wowed the students at their school by showing off Yearbook 3D and previewing their 2013 book at an awards assembly.
A little note and a few days of intensive labor enabled the yearbook staff at South Fort Myers High to sell 100 yearbooks in a week.
Benicia High School adviser Brianna Kleinschmidt and her editors used a common phrase from social media to create a new poster that has sparked a ton of attention for yearbook in the halls.
Conway Junior High’s yearbook staff put promotional labels on drinks during the lunch hour, and created a surge in their yearbook sales.
When distributing school picture packets, the Saint Cloud High staff stuffed a promotional yearbook flier in the packets and it has already led to new orders!
After several years of lagging sales and mounting debt, the Pea Ridge High yearbook program has begun to turn things around with the help of some creative marketing.
The staff at Shawnee High is back at the promotions again! This time, they’re handing out goody bags of Halloween candy to every student who buys a yearbook.
Lyman High’s mascot is the Greyhounds, and the yearbook staff is planning on featuring the mascot on the cover of their 2013 book. But the greyhound connection is going beyond just the cover.
The Covington High yearbook staff successfully used the human billboard idea to promote sales but put a unique yearbook twist on it to make it more fun and draw attention.