Internet trends: marketing research & predictions

Social Media for higher education – TrendsSpotting’s Research Report

March 15th, 2011 by

Following TrendsSpotting’s research work  on youths media behavior (traditional and new media) in 16 countries, we bring you some of the insights we’ve collected on international marketing in higher education together with some relevant case studies.

TrendsSpotting is working with leading Universities on social media strategy designed to capture youths in Asia, Europe and the US.

You are welcome to contact us for research reports on youths in the following countries:

Asia: India, China, Indonesia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore.

Europe: UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Poland, Turkey, Greece.

Central America: Mexico

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8 Responses

  1. Shobhana Bhardwaj Says:

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  2. Browbands Says:

    social media will really provide a lot of aid to the research, because through this we can easily connect to the youth and have their opinions heard.

  3. Connor Keating Says:

    Social media is ‘taking over’ almost all aspects of our life. It has become omnipresent and it’s strength is growing by the day. And also this social media for higher education is a win-win situation. Students have more access to higher education and education facilities are improving their online reputation in the process. Outstanding!

  4. Financial Freedom Online - Winson Ng Says:

    Youths are the future hope for mankind… hopefully they will pave the way for a better future
    Financial Freedom Online

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  6. Tampa Bay Photography Says:

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