Social Media Marketing - Student Admission in Higher Education
Jayant Shimpi (Research Scholar, VIT Bhopal University, Bhopal, India) and Sagar O. Manjare* (Principal, Siddhant College of Management Studies, Pune, Maharashtra, India) *Corresponding author's Email
Shimpi, Jayant and Manjare, Sagar O. (2019), “Social Media Marketing - Student Admission in Higher Education”, MERC Global’s International Journal of Management, Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp. 174-179.
Submitted: January 06, 2019, Revision received: January 26, 2019, Accepted: January 14, 2019
Online life, showcasing is a groundbreaking path for organisations of all sizes to achieve prospects and clients. Your clients are now collaborating with brands through web-based social networking, and in case you're not talking specifically to your group of onlookers through social stages like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, you're leaving behind a noteworthy chance! Rarely displaying by means of online systems administration media can get ahead of on the conspicuous realization of your business, assembling submitted brand advocates and in spite of dynamic leads and arrangements. This paper is an attempt to comprehend the utilisation of social media (SM) showcasing in the higher education institutions (HEIs) in India.
Social media, Whatsup, Facebook, Marketing, Students, Admission, Higher Education.
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