If you didn’t know, TikTok is the social sharing platform taking the world by storm. You’ve likely seen videos reposted from the platform on |instagram or heard your kids or much younger siblings talking about it.
Gen Z. The generation of consumers born in the mid-1990s is coming of age, and marketers need to pay close attention.
Influencer campaigns can and do work wonders for brands and businesses when run effectively. It’s a strategy that cannot be avoided in the digital age.
It’s important for brands to understand their position within social activism, what they believe in and how this affects and shapes brand image.
Fake metrics and fake followers could soon be stomped out by Instagram removing likes. Instead, higher quality content will become the focus.
Alcohol brands who want to attract the Gen Z audience need to help rebalance the scale of inequality on a local and global scale.
Fake news isn’t exclusively reserved for President Trump, it could also result in long term and significant damage to your brand image.
Whether you like it or not, Gen Z are the generation shaking up the gender norms. If your brand doesn’t keep up you’ll soon see sales drop.
Your customers are your best sales people. Integrating their content into your strategy can boost your reputability and trust with new customers.
As you probably already know, influencer marketing is the process of working with highly influential individuals, typically on their blog or social media channels, to reach their audiences with your product or service. The overarching objective is to use the influencers powerful voice to boost the awareness and appeal of your brand. Influencer marketing is […]