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Digital & Social Content Predictions for 2018

Digital & Social Content Predictions for 2018

Digital and social content changes quickly! Brands must ensure their content is evolving just as quickly to meet consumer demand. We’ve been looking at the major trends. Here’s what you can expect to see: VIDEO DOMINATES Did you know that in 2017, 90% of all social content shared by consumers was video?1 Video must be woven…

It’s All In The Delivery

The ways we eat meals continuously evolve as our lifestyles, social dynamics and workloads change. The frozen TV dinner changed the landscape of meals in the 1950s, streamlining meal prep with readily portioned trays that could be popped in the oven for easy weeknight meals. Tupperware enabled make-ahead meal prep possible, as well as proper…

Digital Advertising Predicted To Surpass TV

“Forrester Research today prognosticated that interactive spending will achieve a 12 percent compound annual growth rate and total $103 billion by 2019. The development is driven by huge gains for the search, display and social media niches, though mobile is truly spearheading the change. The Cambridge, Mass., researcher found mobile advertising will account for 66…

The State of Social Media: Shifting the Conversation

When brands first started activating via social media, we knew so little about what we were getting into and what we’d get out of it. Metrics such as number of views, likes and/or followers seemed to make sense. A brand could post whatever they wanted on Facebook and then track the percentage of followers and comments. They were able…

Viral Brilliance

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, viral phenomenon, is teaching us a lot about a lot of things — ALS for one, human nature, masterful fundraising and some things us marketers should pay attention to. It is treasure trove for Cause Marketers and there are some universal truths (reminders) in it for the rest of us. The…

P&G Shifting to a Less is More Strategy

Earlier this month Proctor & Gamble (P&G) announced that it would be cutting more than half its brands, a drastic shift  in strategy for the world’s largest consumer-products company. In the past, the company obtained brand after brand, even within the same category to ensure a hefty percentage of shelf space and leverage for consumers’…