'Secret-Shopper' Study Looks at What Happens after a Student Prospect Clicks 'Tell Me More'

September 14, 2015 CampusTechnology.com

When prospective students provide contact details to third-party college aggregator sites, more than a sixth of them can expect a call back within five minutes of the inquiry and more than one-third within the first 30 minutes after inquiry. All will receive calls within the first 12 hours. Nearly nine in 10 will receive their first email within 10 days of their inquiry submission.

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