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Top 10 Reasons to Join Yearbook

Joining the team that puts together your school’s yearbook is more than just a great way to get involved with your school. It’s also is great way to learn all sorts of valuable skills.#10 It gets you involvedYearbook is a great way to get involved with every aspect of your …

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Use Memes to Sell More Yearbooks

h1.post-name {display: none;}Use Memes to sell More YearbooksYou’ve definitely seen them.You’ve probably laughed or smiled at them.And you may have even passed them on.They’re memes.And while a popular meme might be good for a laugh or two, they’re also good for your yearbook business because they’re a good way to …

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How to Crop a Photo for Maximum Impact

Choices in cropping can improve the images that were not composed perfectly in the camera, completely change the format of an image to better fit its usage, or even tell an entirely different story.

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Dream Big

Hear it from Ann – It’s always fun to study the new releases, noting what staffs are doing well and how trends are shifting. Whatever time I allot to reviewing books, I always wish I had more.

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Marketing Your Yearbook

It’s not enough to create a beautiful yearbook and hope it sells so you can pay your final bill. It takes strategic planning and implementation of the plan to experience a sell-out and true success.

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Light Bulb Moment

Adviser and staff change the way their yearbook takes shape after they start working with Herff Jones.

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The Future Starts Here

One professional designer has three JEA/NSPA conventions to thank for his career. So, take note fall convention attendees. You never know which students will find their callings, their careers and their tribes through high school publications.

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Staging a Yearbook Rescue

Advisers Jim Govreau and Morgan Miltner both submitted their final yearbooks March 9. But, they still have a book to complete. Read how these staffs teamed up to create a book in two weeks for a neighboring school in need.

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Love Letter

This staff embraced a blended approach to content, meaning modules with clear separation space fill spreads as they fit together physically, but without unifying topics. Read more about how this approach made their anniversary yearbook one of the best yet.

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