What if you could personalize your higher education web content for each visitor? It’s possible with Carnegie Clarity™. Our innovative digital marketing tool helps you follow users from their first visits to application submissions. With this data, you’ll be able to create customized web experiences so visitors get the information they need.

In this demo, you’ll learn:

  • Several ways to personalize content
  • How personalization can be applied to the homepage and returning users
  • How to utilize pop-ups for personalized messaging

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  • Nina Petropoulos Director of Product, Clarity Persona The Resilient and Curious Ambassador

    As part of the Inbound Marketing team, Nina Petropoulos works closely with clients to design and develop custom interactions through Carnegie Clarity™️as well as gather insights on clients' unique audiences. Nina’s mission is to create relevant and tailored experiences for prospective students as they navigate a variety of higher ed websites, while maintaining a high level of web standards and brand styles for each institution. Before joining Carnegie Dartlet, Nina was a freelance web developer who offered design, development, and consultation services throughout her education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where she studied English.

    Nina Petropoulos

    As part of the Inbound Marketing team, Nina Petropoulos works closely with clients to design and develop custom interactions through Carnegie Clarity™️as well as gather insights on clients' unique audiences. Nina’s mission is to create relevant and tailored experiences for prospective students as they navigate a variety of higher ed websites, while maintaining a high level of web standards and brand styles for each institution. Before joining Carnegie Dartlet, Nina was a freelance web developer who offered design, development, and consultation services throughout her education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where she studied English.

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