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What are the New Social Media Trends in 2020?

Social media trends are constantly changing from year to year. 2020 is no different. With so many new developments, what really is the top new social media trends of 2020?

Platforms are forever evolving to keep up to consumer and user demands. It’s known that video dominates over picture and text, explaining the rise in TikTok and the unstoppable platform that is YouTube. 

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The best, most creative and worst marketing moments during lockdown

It’s fair to say that lockdown restrictions imposed on the UK due to the coronavirus pandemic significantly affected the marketing plans of almost every brand’s campaign planning. Many will have inevitably pulled the plug on their shiny new multi-channel campaign due to the incoming, inevitable and in some cases total loss of revenue that most businesses in the country were going to face. For organisations that were going to continue big-money marketing campaigns, their approach was going to have to adapt to reflect the mood of the nation.

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The Best Marketing Campaigns of the Lockdown

Social media usage has surged in the last couple of weeks. Now there’s little opportunity for face-to-face connections, social media is essential in keeping businesses connected to their customers. We’re showing you some of the best social media marketing campaigns made during the lockdown.

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Marketing through Twitter – Companies getting it right

With the rise of Instagram and Snapchat, Twitter is sometimes overlooked by marketers as a tool for increasing your digital footprint. But 326 million people still use Twitter every month, and for the businesses that are using it right, it’s a great way to not only increase reach but to improve consumer’s perception of a brand.

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How to define your target audience?

A lot of business owners make a huge mistake by not defining properly their target audience. They simply aren’t aware of their market or even worse: They think they are. However if you don’t know who is your potential client, how are you going to sell them a product or a service? Continue Reading…