Although in 2018 social media is somewhat divisive— some love, some loathe— if there’s one thing we can all agree on it’s that the majority of people we know will use one platform or other during an average week. Tapping into the kind of content they are likely to share, and where, is vital for successful digital PR.
The brick and mortar business interests of two prominent social media-ites have hit very rocky times, leading to bankruptcy and closures. You might wonder how, if they can’t get people through the doors of their own stores, any brand could consider investing in influencer marketing,
With the greatest sporting event on ice (and snow) now well underway, media commentators are busy trying to outdo their sporting counterparts by assessing what’s new, what’s gone, and what’s to come in terms of marketing and advertising during this highly lucrative fortnight.
Whoever coined the phrase ‘nothing changes under the sun’ clearly wasn’t thinking about social media land. ‘Stay still for more than a second and risk people losing interest’ would be a more appropriate mantra, albeit not as catchy.
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