User-generated content (UGC) has become the cornerstone of successful brand engagement, enabling a mutually beneficial relationship between brands and their fans. Whether it’s through micro-influencers, customer advocates, or celebrity endorsers, UGC fosters a genuine connection.
In today’s digital age, social media is one of the most powerful tools for building brand awareness. With millions of active users on various social media platforms, businesses can reach a vast audience and create a strong online presence.
As a social media marketer, coming up with fresh content ideas can be a daunting task. With so much content on social media already, it can be hard to come up with original ideas.
Any experienced marketer will agree: the success of any marketing campaign hinges on your ability to understand your audience. That’s why using psychology on social media can be so useful.
The rise of paid verification on social media is becoming increasingly evident. Elon Musk launched Twitter Blue in November 2022, and now Mark Zuckerberg has announced Meta Verified. Whilst the concept of verification is not new, the monetisation of it certainly is.
Knowing how to quantify and improve your social media ROI (return on investment) are essential skills to have in order to determine whether your efforts are paying off.
Social media has revolutionised the way we interact and share information. The rise of new technologies has further enhanced this experience and has allowed for more creative and personalised content creation. One such technology that is changing the game is ChatGPT.
Social media trends in 2023 are going to be different. This time last year, we were in a very different position globally. Restrictions from the pandemic were being removed, markets were opening up, and the economy was looking positive.
Now, we find ourselves in a more tentative position. An impending recession, lower consumer spending and rising inflation have made things a little more difficult for everyone. So what does this mean for social media?
When you’re business is competing in a crowded marketplace, getting heard is the most important superpower. There’s no ground more crowded than the internet and everyone needs to stand out somehow. Our team has been helping companies make their unique voices rise above the rest for almost six years now.
There’s good news for businesses who use Twitter, the social media platform is testing a new Community showcase option for professional profiles. The app is aiming to encourage brands and creators to build more communities on the platform and the new Communities option will enable them to display a chosen community at the forefront of their Twitter profile.