Top 4 Ways to Get Yearbook Inspiration

A new school year is rapidly approaching, which means that new yearbook projects are about to commence in schools all across the country. Whether this is your first yearbook committee or your 30th, you likely want to come up with an original approach that excites students, parents, and administrators while staying true to your school’s unique identity. This is often much easier said than done.  As a yearbook company, we help our clients create yearbooks all the time. Still, we never cease to be amazed at the creativity that schools and their yearbook teams display! The possibilities are truly endless. While that can be intimidating, there are a few ways… Read More

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How to Establish a Yearbook Style Guide

While establishing a theme can go a long way towards tying a yearbook together, there are still many stylistic choices to make when considering your yearbook’s design. When you take into account just how many pages are in any given yearbook, the stylistic choices multiply exponentially! That’s why establishing a style guide can save you and your team much time and energy as you put your yearbook together.   What should be included in a style guide? While every yearbook is different, they’re mostly made up of the same elements. Fonts, color palettes, layouts, art, and writing are all typically part of yearbook design. Those elements are a perfect place to… Read More

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How to Organize a Middle School Yearbook Committee

Sometimes, forming and organizing a yearbook team can feel as difficult as herding cats. This may ring especially true for parents or administrators trying to put together a middle school yearbook committee. With proper planning and forethought, though, you’ll be able to put together a committee that can create a yearbook beloved by everyone. High schools have the benefit of students that can largely handle yearbook team responsibilities on their own, with perhaps only just one administrator overseeing its production. On the other hand, middle school yearbook committees will need more assistance from parents and administrators. Students can still be heavily involved, however! Including them in the process will give… Read More

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5 Social Media Tips for Your Yearbook

There’s no doubt that social media plays a huge role in our lives. This proves especially true for teens and young adults. According to the Pew Research Center, over 95% of teens have a smartphone and more than 45% say that they’re online almost constantly. If you’re trying to create, publish, and promote a yearbook, leveraging social media can take your yearbook team’s online efforts to the next level. Don’t know where to start? As a yearbook company, Entourage Yearbooks is more than familiar with the best social media strategies for your team. Read on to see our five most essential steps for making social media work for your yearbook… Read More

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