We endeavor to be a valuable resource for adults seeking to improve their lives through education.
We strive to help schools reach their enrollment goals, especially with post-traditional students.
Our new site, Technologyeducation.org takes a step beyond the hard data to give a flavor for the day-to-day work life within the technology field.
Three weeks into the new year and you’re struggling to get your groove back.
Welcome to the fourth in our “Day in the Life” series, featuring the mild-mannered heroics of Scott Harrison.
Guest blog author Michelle Nelson is All Star’s Senior UX Product Manager and a key member of the Mandatory Fun Committee.
Doug Brown (All Star CEO) and Kris Reeter (Human Resources Director) attended the Puget Sound Business Journal’s Women of Influence awards.
The days may be getting shorter, but now is no time to hibernate.
Marketers and makers, what’s on your training calendar for next year?
Guest blogger Sarah Gilbert is the content strategist for All Star. There are some new folks on the All Star team, and let’s just say, they don’t take up a lot of physical space.
Ever wonder what your teammates in other departments are working on all day?
As part of All Star’s volunteer Time Off initiative, 11 employees shopped, cooked and served meals for the Seattle Urban Academy.
That sound coming from your computer is the ring of authority from our revamped AllCriminalJusticeSchools.com website.
It’s 3:00 and you’re at your desk.
There’s a growing concern that the FAFSA is so complex that it discourages some families from applying for aid.
Ever wonder what your teammates are working on all day?
What do Smith College, the University of Phoenix, and George Washington University have in common?
What’s the difference between a therapist and a psychologist?
Ever wonder how your teammates in other departments spend their time?
Imagine you’re the newly hired HR director of a fast-growing company.
When it comes to education, All Stars are walking their talk.
The pros may have been in town for the U.S.
Guest blog author Doug Brown is the CEO of All Star.
In preparation for All Star’s annual putt-putt golf tournament, All Star decided to make the trek to the U.S.
“It’s a new place to represent the new All Star,” says account manager Necole-Efua Wood, voicing a companywide excitement about our recent move to new digs in the heart of downtown Seattle.
In a world where communication is fast-moving and technology-driven, people are far more likely to email than visit in person.
With just four days left in Bike Month, 10 All Star riders have logged a collective 1,625 miles and burned more than 79,000 calories for the cause.
Guest blog author Jen Jope is a content marketing manager for All Star.
“Without data, we’re completely in the dark,” says Kelly Hancock, a three-year veteran of the All Star sales team.
Guest blog author Jim Carson is a data scientist for All Star.
All Star CEO Doug Brown reports on his key takeaways from the annual ASU + GSV Summit in Phoenix.
Today’s savvy online student recognizes corny, staged photography—also known as “stock” imagery—when she sees it.
All Star Senior UX Product Manager Michelle Nelson shares her An Event Apart conference experience.
Over the past decade, countless students of massage, acupuncture, nutritional counseling and other healing arts have started on the path to school with NaturalHealers.com, one of All Star’s custom websites.
SEM strategist Benji Hill cut a lonely figure as he faced his opponent, Serge Bondar, in the final round of All Star’s 2015 air hockey tournament. Already crowned the victor of last year’s epic ping pong tournament, Benji was the player everyone loved to hate.
Guest blog author Krystal Dupar is a senior account manager with All Star.
“These look like our students!” exclaimed one of the dozens of All Star customers who met with us last week at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas during LeadsCon, a big annual marketing conference.
Guest blog author Benji Hill is a former SEM Strategist with All Star.
Spend a few minutes talking with All Star’s Jason Standifer and you soon realize that you’re in the hands of a master matchmaker.
“I’m not going to give you leads—I’m going to give you students.” That’s the message All Star account manager Kelly Hancock wants her clients to take away from their LeadsCon 2015 meetings next month.
Affiliate Summit West took place in the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, as it does every year.
An embarrassing fall at an airport. A killer chicken in Hawaii. A childhood encounter with a vacuum cleaner that ended in a trip to the emergency room.
Quick—what’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “technology?” My phone.
Marketing and lead-gen for the education space is a fast-moving business.
Our schools are all too familiar with the endless dialogue that occurs every month around allocation.
All Star’s Jeston Hays has been singing with various church and community choirs/choruses for years.
Once upon a time the educational lead generation space was fueled by the philosophy that quantity was king.
Pass Summit is the largest SQL and BI conference in the world, with 5,000 SQL Server and BI professionals from over 2000 companies and 50 countries attending the conference.
The educational lead generation space is emerging from a dark place fueled by intense scrutiny from federal regulating agencies and the skepticism of the post-traditional student in the for-profit market.
As 2014 comes to a close and we set our sights on the upcoming year, we thought it would be interesting to share a little bit about the trends we’ve seen.
Last March, President Obama passed legislation designed to protect students who chose to start—or return to—college to gain more skills for advancement in a current career or to change careers completely.
Salesforce has become the premier Customer Relation Management (CRM) for top companies such as Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Disney, (and of course, All Star).
I visited Whitworth University on October 21, 2014 at the invitation of Professor John Hengesh, Director of Graduate Studies in Business.
Our customers run the gamut from the very sophisticated and in-depth Request for Information (RFI) forms to the tame – read: just a phone number and degree status.
When I first started working at ASD I heard epic tales of a company Putt-Putt tournament.
All Star attended Ad Tech New York earlier this month.
This year’s Seattle Interactive Conference was focused on the “makers” in marketing.
Content Marketing World 2014, otherwise known as CMWorld is an annual event hosted by the Content Marketing Institute, with this year’s event reaching about 2500 marketers in over 50 countries.
In our technology-driven society, we’re used to things happening at the speed of light, from tweeting and texting to trading stocks or ordering groceries online.