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Why 2013 was great, but why 2014 will be better


This is a version of the end of year internal comms for Net Natives before our Christmas party that I wanted to share… Before the Christmas party tomorrow, I just wanted to have a quick reflection on the year. I am going to post this as a blog, so it is less sweary than usual…… Read more »

The Digital Education Marketing Landscape 2014


If 2013 was the year digital marketing became mainstream for education marketers, 2014 will be the year of digital first (and, in some cases, digital only) for many Education Institutions. In 2013, Net Natives created and delivered thousands of digital recruitment campaigns for over 100 education institutions in 70 countries. Here’s what we’re predicting for… Read more »

FE Colleges Collaborate to Dispel Participation Age Myths


“We knew Facebook would be relevant to the target audience, but this campaign has far exceeded our expectations.” Liam Evans, SGS College This year the Government launched the first phase to change the education participation age, raising it to 17.  Media coverage has focused primarily on the fact that students must stay in education, most… Read more »

How The University of Glasgow Won Best Student Campaign


Net Natives are very proud to announce that last week we were awarded: ‘Best Student Campaign’ for our work with The University of Glasgow. The accolade came from the Recruitment Business Awards for our successful global digital campaigns recruiting postgraduate students. The University of Glasgow approached us to increase their international course applications and focus their engagement with potential… Read more »

Net Natives Shortlisted for Postgraduate Awards 2013

Finalist International

Net Natives on behalf of Greenwich University have been shortlisted for a Prospects Postgraduate Award, which recognise and reward excellence and innovation in postgraduate education. More than 150 students, universities and businesses from across the UK entered the Awards.  The judges include representatives from Universities UK,  UK Council for International Student Affairs and the British Council…. Read more »