Amid COVID-19 lockdown, digital must replace human interaction. Brands should reach out to their customers in meaningful and relevant ways to resonate.
With spoiler alerts on social media, Facebook losing its grip on engagement and tattoos in exchange for free pizzas, it must be time for My Five.
P45s for our childhood heroes, incensed Sesame characters, and utterly ridiculous clothing – it’s marketing gone mad in this week’s My Five round up.
International Cat Day, the Olympics and the sad demise of a worm named William, read all about it in this week’s MyFive
School’s out for summer, so parents are looking for activities for the kids. How do businesses successfully market to kids as well as reach parents?
Want to introduce some creative flair into your marketing campaign? Artists, musicians and designers that align with your brand can help bring your ideas to life.
The Shelf’s insightful infographic walks through all of the high level points you need to know about influencer marketing
Innovative marketing, industry insight and the end of British Summer Time all feature in this week’s My Five from Browser Media.
As marketing has evolved over the years, has social media revolutionised the way businesses communicate?
Are journalists, publishers, and editors better at content marketing than traditional marketers? Ali, PR Director at Browser Media, gives her opinion.
Research produced by On Device shows that a staggering 60% of respondents have used mobile Internet whilst in stores, whilst 78% would use free wi-fi in stores if offered to them.
Mobile has been dubbed as ‘the next big thing’ for what seems like forever now. 2011 was the year that people finally started to take mobile seriously.