It’s always good to take a step back and remember why you create a yearbook, reward the hard work that goes into it, and relax to make all that work worthwhile.
If your staff members need a little extra help with writing an effective headline, caption or story, Walsworth’s writing professionals will offer our special talents on Oct. 9. We are calling this day Get Your Copy Right Day as part of National Yearbook Week.
I’m sure you know what an iPad® is, but you might be scratching your head about Pick 6. No, it’s not a lottery game or a touchdown scored by the defense. Pick 6 is Walsworth’s new marketing program that takes the guess work out of finding creative ways to market the yearbook.
Advisers ask that question often this time of year. With so much to do at the beginning of the year, trying to figure out where to start can feel like a big deal. A good place to start is with the yearbook kit.
Walsworth has been busy this summer getting ready for the new school year. We have some new resources we think will make your job easier and help you produce the best yearbook possible.
Remember the camaraderie, excitement and motivation as you started your current yearbook? That is our idea of Yearbook Zen. Now you may be asking where the energy and time have gone as you are dreaming of your summer vacation. But it’s still a good time to get back to the idea of Yearbook Zen.
This is the time of year to give the final push no matter the season of your book delivery. Here are some ideas to stay motivated for a strong finish.
After spending more time in the yearbook room than all other classrooms combined, it can be encouraging to know the school year is winding down. But after the last receipt is written, I want you to do one more thing before leaving for the summer – celebrate!
If you are undecided about attending Adviser Academy, here are a few good reasons to share three days of your summer vacation with us.
With a little planning, yearbook distribution day can be more about celebrating the work your staff has done, and less about the hassle of getting the yearbooks distributed.