In this webinar, SMILE looked back on universities prospectuses and how that's changing to adapt for digital-first audiences.
It takes universities 2 months, and £10k (avg) to launch a microsite. Surely it should be easier to start a site in 2021? Discover a new way.
Border Control from SMILE has added support for Gutenberg, allowing users to submit content for review to peers and line-managers with ease.
What is a digital prospectus in 2021? We created sustainable and measurable success, with radical changes to the traditional format.
This new feature in Hijack, allows you promote Zoom and Teams calls in Hijack. This drives traffic into high-conversion opportunities.
A home page that knows which course you're going to apply for! Personalisation during clearing presents highly relevant information.
We're absolutely delighted for the SMILE-designed UEA website to have won silver in the "Best Website" category at the HEIST awards, 2021.
We were totally overwhelmed in the interest for our webinar "Worst. Year. Ever: What happened to university marketing during the pandemic and predictions for the next five years". We even had to upgrade our Zoom license!
Today we're launching a new experiment: Edulab, a website where you can submit a link to a piece of work that you like, or are proud of and get feedback from your peers. No esteemed judges, no pay-to-play sponsors - just other experts, like you.
Upcoming webinar alert – Worst. Year. Ever: What happened to university marketing during the pandemic and predictions for the next five years
Join our upcoming webinar as we look back on a year of innovation, flops, and trends that were cemented for good. Discover the future of university digital marketing, post pandemic.
Hijack helped the University of Kent use their existing content in new ways. It helped them to achieve a huge amount in a compressed timeline - less than a week.
A follow up on our webinar about website accessibility and how it applies to your organisation with SiteImprove and the University of Gloucestershire.