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Blog, Facebook, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Uncategorized / 10.09.2017

 

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Facebook Live! videos have come a long way in the two years since the service launched platform wide. The live streaming tool has been used for almost everything from broadcasting family events like gender reveals and birthday parties to important news events and business launches. Facebook makes no apologies for prioritizing those live streams in their newsfeeds. So why do so many businesses shy away from the camera?

Blog, Facebook, Marketing Ideas / 28.08.2017

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On January 11th, 2018, Mark Zuckerberg announced plans to reset the Facebook algorithm in an effort to make “meaningful social interactions” priority over “relevant content,” which had been the focus of the algorithm in recent years. With friends and family now being prioritized over public content, marketers and business owners are now questioning how the changes will affect paid advertisements.

Blog, Facebook, Social Media, Social Media Marketing / 20.07.2017

rabbit-alice-in-wonderland.jpgWhile the rest of the world loves the tale of Alice in Wonderland, it’s one of the few children’s tales that give me an anxiety attack. Alice, in her boredom, follows a rabbit down its hole and from there her adventure is one nonsensical event after another. Most of you have seen the movie, and while you may love it, you must admit, there is no point. Alice does, at least, have a little more patience for her lessons after this dream.

Blog, Facebook, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Uncategorized / 28.04.2017

 

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In 2012, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, stepped out in a pair of Marks and Spencers caramel court shoes. Following her appearance, M&S sold one pair of the shoes every two minutes for at least seven days. That’s over 5,000 pairs of shoes.

The Duchess isn’t the only one whose fashion choices matter to brands. Whether it’s a Super Bowl commercial or a SnapChat take-over, major brands turn to celebrities to promote their products and services. Celebrities aren’t just royalty or the Hollywood elite, sometimes they reign over online kingdoms with successful blogs, YouTube channels or social media profiles.