China boasts the world’s largest digital audience, with more internet users than the US, India and Japan combined. Whilst the latest British Council stats show Chinese students opting to study in the UK is increasing by 25% year-on-year. Based in Brighton, UK, our team of Chinese nationals aren’t just native Mandarin speakers, they’re fully trained Net Natives digital marketing specialists too.
SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
Don’t just create and publish content. Net Natives China creates, manages and measures content with the specific purpose of raising awareness of your brand and increasing student applications.
MOBILE AND WEBSITE
Millions of Chinese mobile apps and websites are in our display network; we can make your University brand shine through.
We embed Baidu Search Analytics into your website so we can provide far more detail on your Chinese search traffic than any other analytics package. This gives us empirical data, which informs what makes a good content campaign.
As a Certified Baidu partner, we create localised Mandarin search campaigns for universities, right where your students are searching.
DID YOU KNOW…?
We can track every penny spent and every application made through our Chinese student marketing campaigns.
NET NATIVES EXPERTISE
We’re unique (isn’t everybody). We are NOT a media buyer and we don’t conform to the current batch of student marketing agencies you may have worked with.
Take our Trusted Google Partner status for example. Or the fact we’re the first student marketing agency (and first agency outside the US) to be invited on to Facebook’s Business Manager programme.
We provide detailed campaign reporting, outcome (not traffic) focused campaigns, specialist in-house creative team and Google qualified campaign managers.
Every element of the campaign, from content to creative is delivered by full time Net Natives’ expertise (nothing is outsourced), so you’ll benefit from the knowledge of hundreds of Chinese student marketing campaigns, delivered by specialists in their field.