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As COVID-19 continues to impact businesses around the world, brands are looking for advertising strategies that are cost-effective and generate much-needed revenue.
75% of those surveyed by Vamp said they had briefed an influencer to do work that would have once gone to a creative agency
Australian online retailer of men’s underwear DailyJocks.com has shipped more than one ton of underwear in the month of April, with more than 80...
Australian tech start-up Bigcommerce, a software company that powers online retailers of all sizes, recently teamed up with Twitter to do a study into...
Lately, I have been experimenting with social media networks for my own marketing purposes. Very quickly, I have had to zoom in on one particular...
Social media marketing might be the 21st century equivalent of telemarketing, and in similar danger of alienating consumers. A staggering 83% of users have a bad social media marketing experience to narrate, according to the Pitney Bowes survey.
The agency Grey, in Tel Aviv, is claiming that it is. Facebook Poke is a curious little app. With some of its inbuilt limitations, it take a certain amount of dedication and real-time effort to make a campaign happen.
Retailers now have a much lower cost way to engage with and acquire the customers they want. At the same time, customers love receiving sponsored and group gift cards from their friends to spend on items they actually want. Put the two together and you get some thing interesting.
AussieTwitterSearch.com enables companies to search Twitter and identify relevant people based on the information listed in their profile. This includes interests, hobbies, job role or affiliations, and all with an Australian focus.
Consumers are spoiled for choice when it comes to long distance communication, but it wasn’t always the case. Just a little over two decades ago you had two whole options: mail and telephone.
I realised that most small business owners underestimate the importance of having a 'Business Continuity' strategy in place, in particular not having someone helping them to actively manage one.
As the first instalment in our annual DUMB REPORT, it's hard to look beyond the most discussed media and marketing experiment for 2009, Kraft's controversial crowdsourcing campaign and the naming of iSnack 2.0.