How Camps Can Survive the Facebook-ocalypse

January 11. The day there were fewer kayaks in lakes. Fewer grins on campers' faces. Fewer quintessential high fives. On your Facebook News Feed, at least. On January 11, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement regarding the future of our news feeds. In his words, As we roll this [change] out, you'll … Continue reading How Camps Can Survive the Facebook-ocalypse

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Instagram Marketing for Summer Camps

76 percent. That's the percent of teens 13-17 who use Instagram. Do you see what I see? Potential. As I mentioned in my last post, Instagram has huge potential for connecting with returning campers AND new campers. If you're not there, you should be. But just being on Instagram isn't enough. Camp is about making … Continue reading Instagram Marketing for Summer Camps

Super Seminar: What I Learned From a Conference Center Retreat

I've gone over to the dark side. Instead of spending my week working on camp (which is less than two months away), I spent the week hidden away at a conference center in Florida for the International Association of Conference Center Administrators' (also known as IACCA) Super Seminar. I was extremely apprehensive beforehand (yes, I … Continue reading Super Seminar: What I Learned From a Conference Center Retreat