Here’s a roundup of the best social media marketing campaigns so far in 2016.
We asked marketers to share their prediction of what they think will happen to advertising and marketing in the future. Here’s what they said!
User Generated Content isn’t an advertising trend; UGC is necessary to maximize your marketing ROI, and we’ve got three amazing case studies that prove it.
I sat down to talk with LeBlanc to see how he grew his Instagram account from 700 followers to 30,000 followers in just 7 months. He has a simple but widely underused strategy.
There are many horror stories of brands who have had the hashtags that they’ve created used against them to smear their brand. Successful hashtag campaigns avoid a social media explosion by creating a tag completely free of ambiguity, which allows you to steer the conversation.
User Generated Content (UGC) in marketing strategies is on the rise. Brands have realized how valuable it is to use genuine images shared on social media by real-life customers. With this shift has come a host of legal questions: when is it ok to use an image shared to social media? When does a brand need to get permission to use the photo? And from whom?
Social Studies Podcast is a talk show produced by TINT about marketing, social media, and technology through the lens of the…
Over and over, those of us who work on the internet are told, “Don’t feed the trolls. Don’t talk back. It’s what they want.” But is that true? Does ignoring trolls actually stop trolling?
Social Studies is a talk show produced by TINT about marketing, social media, and technology through the lens of the industry’s most innovative minds. Hosted by Nathan Zaru. In this episode we welcome Kevin Goldberg, content marketing manager at AppDynamics.
Growth Marketing Experiments with Jason Hitchcock: They say that corporate communications basically come in two forms. You have your public facing, like here are the product announcements that the market needs to know about and then there’s the other type where it’s a peek behind the curtain and it’s like, “Come in and have tea with us.” I feel like this podcast is that version.