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Social content marketing is an increasingly essential centerpiece for Travel companies who make content marketing a priority.
Mobilizing your brand: with great power comes great responsibility - context and relevancy are key.
Latinum highlights how brands can get the best returns on their social media investment based on feedback from over 1000 Hispanic consumers in the VozLatinum community.
Chevrolet shared how TV, print, and digital amplified awareness of a campaign, while experiential and social created a conversation about how to apply the lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King to modern-day life.
How can the marketing organization and PR function evolve to meet the needs of the digital era? Today’s PR professionals should move beyond the press release to build expertise in SEO, influencer outreach, and content marketing. This Insight Brief shares how brands like Honest Tea and CarMax have leveraged PR to improve marketing ROI, as well as tips for selecting the right PR agency partner.
Godiva Chocolatier, Inc. shared some of the engaging content from its “truffle flight” launch campaign, and provided best practices on streamlining and inspiring its in-house talent.
These Infographics are from the 2014 Social Media Content Development Survey that was conducted online during April, 2014. The objective of this survey was to understand how marketers develop content for their brands’ social media platforms as well as how they test and measure the effectiveness of that social media content.
The 2014 Social Media Content Development Survey was conducted online during April, 2014. The objective of this survey was to understand how marketers develop content for their brands’ social media platforms as well as how they test and measure the effectiveness of that social media content.
This collection of Data Charts represents findings from the 2014 Social Media Content Development Survey. The objective of this survey was to understand how marketers develop content for their brands’ social media platforms as well as how they test and measure the effectiveness of that social media content.
Live Nation shared three cross-platform case studies where brands and music artists partnered with results.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum used digital innovation to extend the legacy of the former U.S. president to new audiences.
Two-thirds of people who follow soccer say that they take notice of brands that support their favorite teams or players.
In 2013, 36 million people in the U.S. sent Tweets about TV, indicating that advertisers should looks for ways to extend traditional TV through the social media channel.
The Better Business Bureau's self-regulatory National Advertising Division stated that bloggers who receive gift cards from General Mills in order to review Yoplait yogurt need to clearly disclose that information in their posts.
Thanks to new technology, brands can now target Pinterest users based on the interests reflected in their postings.
Coca-Cola discussed its 2014 Super Bowl campaign, where girls singing “America the Beautiful” in different languages generated the largest volume of social conversation in its brand history.
With a budget of just $3.5 million, Hostess bounced back from bankruptcy by activating an interactive marketing campaign that featured digital media to build buzz and reach Millennials.
IBM midmarket described its integrated approach to measuring and optimizing paid, owned, and earned media.
YouTube shared the results of its analysis of successful commercial content on its channel, along with a roadmap for developing an effective content marketing strategy.
King’s Hawaiian shared their social media success at SXSW with the company’s partnership of Jon Favreau’s movie Chef.