No email, no post, then what?

By Tony Attwood

You won’t be surprised to see that I start this little piece by denying the validity of the premises behind that headline.  Like many others I don’t believe that GDPR has meant the end of emailing, nor that postal mailing is too expensive to be viable.

But of course I recognise that you may have concerns about email and postal mailing, which is why Schools.co.uk offers a third alternative: advertising via a website that teachers love to read.

In fact it is a website that the average reader spends half an hour on, each time he or she reaches the site.

The site is UK Education News. It lists education stories from various news services such as the BBC, Guardian, Telegraph, government education departments and so on.  Each story is shown as a short link, and the teacher clicks on the link and goes to the story.

The list is updated every five minutes, 24 hours a day. So it is always changing  And occasionally, in between the listing of the stories comes a headline that leads to an advertisement placed there by one of our clients.

To see how this works the best thing to do is to go onto the site at www.ukeducationnews.co.uk  If you would like your headline to appear and link to an advertisement for you, you can have this for £40.

Your headline will start at the top of the page and gradually work its way down over the course of about a week.

If you would like to discuss putting your advertisement on UK Education News simply call Stephen on 01604 880 927 or email Stephen@schools.co.uk

If you would like to know about the issues concerning email post-GDPR please email Sam@schools.co.uk and ask for a copy of “After the Deluge”, which sets out the full situation.

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