Lead quality is a growing concern in the higher education sector as a result of the disconnect between schools and their lead generation sources. Data provider reputations have suffered from a history of selling data with no interest in lead performance, and call centers are scrutinized for only being concerned with recovering profit from their pre-paid data. When data providers and call centers do not have the client’s best interest at heart, conversion rates suffer. Higher Ed Growth created the Call Comply™ process to put schools, data providers and call centers on the same page, with the common goals of increasing transparency, ensuring compliance and improving lead quality. Call Comply™ provides contact centers and schools with a standardized process that improves upon all touch points of the inquiry lifecycle, from contact to start. This process is integrated into our call centers, ensuring that quality is everyone’s priority.

Infographic: 2017 Higher Ed Enrollment Trends

Enrollment is one of the first stages of the postsecondary student lifecycle. And it’s an important one. Enrollments are an indicator of future student outcomes and institutional success. For schools to best predict future trends and better meet growing student needs, they must have data. Enrollment data holds a lot of the answers – from […]

Higher Ed Growth Separates Into Two Companies, Introduces Maximizer

     Higher Ed Growth Separates Into Two Companies, Introduces Maximizer The higher education firm builds new entity upon its EDU call center and lead generation technology TEMPE, AZ – January 18, 2018 – Higher Ed Growth (HEG), a full-service marketing agency specializing in post-secondary education, today announced its separation into two independent companies. One company […]

HEG Is a 2017 Phoenix Best Place to Work for Third Consecutive Year

    TEMPE, Ariz. (Dec. 12, 2017) – Higher Ed Growth (HEG), a full-service marketing agency specializing in post-secondary education, has been named as a 2017 Phoenix Best Place to Work by the Phoenix Business Journal. Determined entirely by employee feedback, HEG was ranked #21 amongst Arizona businesses with up to 49 team members. This is the company’s third consecutive […]