Yesterday was A Level results day in the UK. News websites were full of pictures of students jumping in the air to celebrate their grades and stories about A Levels being harder/easier …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Student Marketing
Weibo is the biggest social network in China, and many universities are already using it to communicate with Chinese audiences. Matt Baron is Digital Marketing Executive at City University London with responsibility for international marketing. In …Read More →
University is just the start of many stories and memories for students, and they are sharing these stories across social media more than ever. Whether it’s group pictures with their new housemates on Instagram during …Read More →
It’s August 13th, 2015. Results day is here. Thousands of young people around the country will be frantically signing in to UCAS to see if their ‘conditional’ offer has been changed to ‘accepted’. For …Read More →
There is no question that digital has transformed the way we communicate and market ourselves as businesses. This has affected how we put on events for our audiences. Physical presence at events is no longer …Read More →
What are your first thoughts when you hear the word Instagram?
Images, filters and hashtags are all likely to be popular choices. Instagram users across the globe use the app to create dynamic …Read More →
When you have presence on numerous social platforms, it can be frustrating when one isn’t getting as much attention as the others.
Do you want the audience on your most popular social media platform to see …Read More →
Audience research is essential in order to understand and communicate with your audience. This blog post looks at the different methods you can use.Read More →
Pinterest captures the hearts and minds of every budding interior designer, wedding planner and chef. I would almost describe it as an online scrapbook, in which you collate all your inspirations …Read More →
Ever installed a new piece of software and ticked the box agreeing to the terms and conditions without reading them from start to finish? Of course you have. We’re all guilty of not reading the …Read More →