Hints + Tips for Creating, Marketing & Selling Your Yearbook

Marketing Your Yearbook: How to Sell Your School Yearbooks

The importance of marketing and selling yearbooks is often overlooked, yet it is just as significant as creating the book itself—if not more so. If you hit your sales goal, you can pay for your yearbook. If you surpass your sales goal, you can use the additional...

Why a Yearbook is Still Important in the Digital Age

Yes, with Facebook, Instagram and the internet many think that a yearbook isn’t a necessity for students anymore. They think all their moments and excitement during the school year can be captured and looked at within a social network on a mobile device. While that is...

Creating Great Yearbook Page Layouts

Designing the inside page layouts of your yearbook can be one of the most challenging parts of the yearbook process, but it’s also one of the most creative aspects. It does, however, take time and a certain amount of artistic skill. With an all-volunteer staff and...

Creating a Yearbook Without a Big Team or Committee

A yearbook is a keepsake that every student will cherish for the rest of his or her life. That is why it is important that a lot of thought and teamwork is put in for making it great. Unfortunately though, not every school has a volunteer yearbook committee to design...

How To Determine A Yearbook Title

While the theme and content make up the most important parts of the class yearbook, a title is still very important. That is because in many instances the book won’t be referred to as the class yearbook but by its title. So what makes for a good title? Here are some...

Yearbook Writing Assignments for Students

A major part to the body of the class yearbook is writing stories. These stories are important as they first-handily talk about experiences and memories that occurred during the class’s graduation year. Unfortunately though, not every student is a chatterbox and...

Tips for Conducting Great Interviews for a Yearbook

A major part of a class yearbook is the interview section. It is here where the yearbook committee selects various students, perhaps the valedictorian or class president, and asks them a series of questions that will then be published in the yearbook. As a yearbook...

The Benefits of Infographics in Yearbooks

Did you know it takes humans just 150 milliseconds for a symbol to be processed and 100 milliseconds to attach a meaning to it? All of us, including students are visual people. Infographics are graphic visual representations of data that are intended to present...

Where to Find Inspiration For Your Class Yearbook

When a yearbook committee comes together to create your class yearbook a lot of decisions needs to be made. One very important element that can help dictate the overall outcome of the book is where the inspiration is found. So where do you turn to find that lasting...

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