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November 2005

November 2005


Email Recruiting

Now a proven way to communicate on a regular basis with prospects, e-mail recruiting is moving at a lightning pace
by: Matt Fulks
© November 2005

Talking with a teen-ager. Oftentimes a daunting task for any middle-aged coach. Many coaches have an uncanny ability of knowing the best way to communicate with a high-school recruit. Still, staying ahead of the competition while finding the best way to be noticed and remembered by a teen-ager takes communicating in the way that they’re most comfortable.

“From the standpoint of what kids read, I’m not sure how we get noticed,” joked Tom Creguer, the recruiting coordinator at Northwood University, an NCAA Division II school in Michigan.

Like many coaches around the country, Creguer realized that one of the best “new” ways to communicate with recruits is through e-mail.

“Its usefulness has gradually improved as we’ve become more versed at figuring out how (e-mail recruiting) would help our program,” added Cregu....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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