Category: "How to attract new clients?"

10 tricks for an effective Facebook Fan Page of a language school

You don’t have to be a social media expert to take care of major elements of your language school’s Facebook profile. If you have never wondered what its success depends on, it’s high time to learn a few practical tricks. Owing to them you will not only take care of a coherent image of your language school, but you will also effectively contribute to sales growth. Let’s go for it!

How to generate sales leads smartly?

Lead generation, prospect, conversion, sales pipeline – do those terms sound for you like ones bordering on English and magic? Learn how to attract smartly the people who can become your customers soon. Have no fears, this will follow the KISS formula: Keep It Sweet and Simple.

Mission: reactivation! Or how to regain former students?

How to regain former students

Winning over completely new customers is more difficult than keeping good relations with present students. What about former students? Certainly, you should not give them the brush-off at once. Well, after all the fact that you buy a pair of shoes in an e-store does mean that you will never return there. In the article below you will learn how to activate archived students and enjoy full groups in the new term.

7 examples of the forbidden photos that will scare off your potential clients

7 examples of the forbidden photos that will scare off your potential clients

Even the most creative text does not attract a customer as effectively as a visual image, whether you buy photos from chargeable sites or you use royalty-free ones. There are photographs-traps lurking everywhere; ones that may discourage potential students from joining your school. What makes photos good or bad? See what you should eschew most and download a pack of free photos.

The ranking of the language schools’ websites Part 1

Ranking of language school websitesA good website is now an absolute must. Regardless of the business, it is now the place your potential client visits before contacting you or coming directly to your office. How people see your school before they give it a try can obviously have an impact on their final decision. If somebody sees an old styled website that looks like it was designed in the early 2000s, it is likely that he will immediately exit, thinking that the business must be closed, or simply because of the aesthetical reasons. Here, at LangLion, we have a lot of contact with language school owners, but also we visit a lot of pages. In this article, you will find a ranking of good websites that hopefully will inspire you. It is the 1st out of 2 parts about the best websites. This time we will analyze Poland, UK and Spain + Latin America. Next time: USA, Russia and Asian countries.