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Date: Jan 19, 2019
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The Joseph Ayo Babalola University is considered as one of the best private universities in Nigeria that can help candidates achieve their academic goals by giving them the opportunity to study any course or profession of their choice.

Some of the Available Programmes offered by the University include Degree Courses,  HND to B.Sc. Conversion Programme, Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) and Master of Science Degree.

The school seeks an increased admission into its 2017/2018 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.

Joseph Ayo Babalola University needed the work of an online marketing agency to help achieve 2,000 admission registrations with the calendar year.


What we did

Finding the right candidates isn’t easy.

In this case, it’s all about generating brand awareness and, designing and implementing online advertising and  Social Media Campaign using Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The main problem is that getting the right results takes good audience research and segmentations into age, location, and devices used.

We developed a landing page for interested candidate to read more about the university and find out more on how they can apply for their selected courses.

Students were able to register online and/or contact the consultant for more information.

We started the campaign with a well crafted ad copy targeting Southwest Geopolitical Zone. We choose Facebook and Instagram since these are the major platforms where the target audience hangs out


The result

The posts were promoted at a considerable budget; with a target of 13,000 impressions per day.

Upon realizing that 67% of college students were using Facebook and Instagram, we launched the campaing successful for two weeks.

Joseph Ayo Babalola University increased admission into the 2017/2018 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes by 100%. With a total of 3,214 new candidates admitted in 2018.

Here is what the client said…

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