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How higher education providers are marketing to new students

Brochures and pamphlets were once the main source of information for potential new students.

Now with many higher education providers taking steps towards digital transformation, and students naturally looking online to research educational courses - other forms of marketing are taking precedence.

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10 fascinating digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

It’s been a whirlwind week as always.

Let’s journey back and look at some of the digital marketing stats you might have missed.

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US online sales to surpass in-store sales this holiday season: report

Every year, online retail smashes new records during the holiday shopping season and this year is expected to be no exception. In fact, 2017 could be the year in which a significant symbolic milestone is achieved.

According to global consultancy Deloitte, for the first time ever this holiday shopping season, American shoppers will buy more online than they purchase offline.

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Intriguing brand partnerships: From Tinder to Star Wars

I recently wrote a round-up of current Halloween-themed marketing campaigns, which included Topshop’s partnership with Netflix.

This got me thinking about the positive aspects of a co-branding campaign or collaboration, where both brands are able to benefit from a combined power in order to build awareness and reach a wider audience.

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Six A/B tests used by Duolingo to tap into habit-forming behaviour

If you've used Duolingo, the language education app, you'll know that it feels like a game.

That's no coincidence of course. Duolingo is acutely aware of the power of gamification, and in a recent talk at Canvas Conference, product manager Zan Gilani detailed some of the A/B tests it has used to tap in to habit-forming behaviour in users.

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10 of the best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Time to sink your teeth into some juicy stats.

This week we’ve got news about ad fraud, seasonal emails, and mobile tech. If the roundup isn’t enough to satisfy, be sure to head over to the Internet Statistics Compendium for lots more.

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Why NASA and other brands are tapping into the gaming industry

The US video games market generated $30.4bn in 2016, making it a record year for the industry. 

Interestingly, the female demographic contributed to a large proportion of this spend, with the ESA (Entertainment Software Association) recently reporting that 40% of all gamers are now women.

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Why digital out-of-home advertising is not really digital (yet)

Digital out-of-home advertising (DOOH) is predicted to hit 50% of all outdoor revenue by the end of 2017, while the number of digital screens in the UK has increased from 2,056 in 2009 to over 17,000 in 2017 thanks to investment of around £100m.

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How mobile apps can shape the Premier League fan & player experience

At Econsultancy we've been talking quite a lot recently to football clubs and their agencies (see the bottom of this article for links).

After chatting to Reading Room about their work with Swansea, Stoke and Middlesbrough, I was contacted by Other Media, who are the app developers for Swansea City FC.

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10 thrilling digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

It’s that time of the week when we regale you with some glorious digital marketing stats.

This week’s roundup includes news about ecommerce reviews, CRO, AI, and digital payments. Be sure to head on over to the Internet Statistics Compendium for lots more.

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Mobile’s sorted isn’t it?

Mobile’s sorted, isn’t it? So why aren’t things getting better for many hotel chains?

It goes without saying that if you're a hotelier in 2017 and your website is not mobile friendly, then consider your digital strategy dead.

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10 delightful digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Our headlines never lie. We’ve got some delightful digital marketing stats for you this week, including news on ad fraud, retail returns, and AR apps. 

There’s lots more in the trusty Internet Statistics Compendium of course. Check it out for further facts and figures. 

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