Staffers: 5 Ways to Train a New Adviser

Staffers: 5 Ways to Train a New Adviser

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You've made it. You've been on the yearbook staff for a while…
Workshops and Camps: A Staff Must-Do

Workshops and Camps: A Staff Must-Do

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Herff Jones does an excellent job of not only providing highly…
Yearbook Business Ads: Making the Most of it in Middle School

Yearbook Business Ads: Making the Most of it in Middle School

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Selling business ads can be daunting, especially at the junior…
Transitioning from Theme to Theme

Transitioning from Theme to Theme

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It’s that time of year for those of us producing fall books…
The Power of One

The Power of One

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During the last day of our yearbook sales, we had two final plans…
Time to Submit Books for Ideas That Fly Volume 23!

Time to Submit Books for Ideas That Fly Volume 23!

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Ideas That Fly is a treasure chest of inspiration that covers…
Set the Tone for your Distribution Event

Set the Tone for your Distribution Event

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When I was on yearbook staff in high school, our distribution…
Journalist Portfolio Reflects and Celebrates

Journalist Portfolio Reflects and Celebrates

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Producing the yearbook is the ultimate group project, yet, the…
Book Sales Efforts Way Beyond Posters; Yearbook Angels and Pursuing Non-Buyers

Book Sales Efforts Way Beyond Posters; Yearbook Angels and Pursuing Non-Buyers

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A few years ago, my staff began offering “Yearbook Angels”…
Beginning to Train the New Staff: Photography

Beginning to Train the New Staff: Photography

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Whether the new recruits have any type of prior journalism experience…