Tag Archives: organizing your yearbook

Top 10 Lists Are Fun

Everyone loves a good top ten list, right? Why not put one in the yearbook? OR use one as a sales tool proving that every member of the student body does, in fact, need a yearbook! We’ll get you started with our very own top ten list: TOP TEN REASONS YEARBOOKS ARE BETTER THAN SOCIAL […]

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On Your Mark! Get Set! SELL!

Think it’s too early to start selling yearbooks? WRONG! Knowing early in the year what kind of response you’re getting from the student body helps you to plan how many pages and what kind of add ons your budget can afford for this year’s book. There are some early-in-the-school year events that can help you […]

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The Proof is in the Proofing!

We can’t say enough, here in the garden, how important it is to proof your yearbook thoroughly. VERY thoroughly. After all the hard work and dedication you and your staff members have shown this project, the proof is in the PROOFING! Your hard work is done. You’ve submitted your book and waited patiently. Finally, the […]

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It’s Crunch Time!

For those of you that have a “spring delivery” book, it’s officially crunch time. It’s time to proof pages, make finishing touches and proof some more. Many publishing companies require early cover submission when you’ve chosen to design your own cover, commonly called a “custom cover”. Check your submission dates and make sure you’re design […]

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The Yearbook Index Needs Love, Too

Surprisingly, the most frequently read/viewed section of your yearbook is typically the one that gets the least amount of attention from your yearbook staff. Students will flip through a yearbook numerous times, but will study an index to find their own picture, friends’ pictures, and, in the future, to find the answer to important questions […]

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