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01 August 2017

127 things you probably didn't know about video marketing [infographic]

Video

Anyone working in our industry knows the power of video marketing for getting your brand message out to the masses but we stumbled across an interesting infographic put together by websitebuilder.org.uk that uncovers some fascinating insights about video that you might not already know. 

Check it out below for 127 facts about video marketing that might just give you a couple of nuggets of information that you need before planning your next online video campaign. 

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10 July 2017

A snapshot of LGBTQ+ America [Infographic]

Gay pride

With Gay Pride celebrations in full swing in various cities across the globe, it's worth brands taking note of this consumer segment - which, in the US alone, controls nearly a trillion dollars in spending power. 

However, this influential and brand-savvy segment receives a tiny fraction of marketing dollars directed to other diverse consumer groups.

What's more, traditional measures of orientation don't really reflect the way younger individuals think about their lives. New research from WPP's global foresight and futures consultancy Kantar Futures shows that 15% of the US population consider themselves something other than exclusively straight, including an astonishing one-fourth of Millennials.

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04 July 2017

What every brand needs to know about VR and AR [infographic]

Vr ar

With virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) tipped to be the breakthrough digital technology trends of the year, if you don't yet fully understand how the technology can be applied to your business, then it's time for a quick lesson. 

Thanks to the folks over at MDG Advertising, the infographic below 'Virtual and Augmented Reality: What brands need to know' gives you a quick snapshot with all the info you need to know about these new technologies, their differences and how they can be applied to marketing to engage consumers.  

Check out the full infographic here:

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16 June 2017

Father's Day Shopping Trends [infographic]

With online sales for Father's Day exploding, the importance of these key occasions in the calendar gives good reason for digital marketers to sit up and take notice. Thanks to the folks at AdRoll, who analysed 35,000 of its advertisers globally during the two weeks leading up to Father's Day, here's a sneak peak to find out what sectors have been performing best.

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05 May 2017

5 Steps for a Smashing Localized Marketing Push

Cross cultural marketing campaigns

Breaking into international markets is a tricky business. Everything from the messages you translate to the colours used in a campaign need to reflect extensive research of a culture, its history, and its lifestyle habits.

Here are 5 steps to making sure you nail your overseas efforts.

 

1: Create a Campaign Brief

This should include research into the market and specifically:

- The target audience’s defining attributes

- Territories your brand aims to target

- Languages in which materials will be translated

- The tone and characteristics of marketing materials

- Overall campaign goals

 

2: Research Cultural Specifics

Intimate understanding of a culture is vital to a successful campaign. Be sure to uncover a region’s:

- Lifestyle habits

- Societal values

- Colloquialisms

- Regional symbols

- Weather patterns

- Geographic challenges

- Political tensions

- International relations

- Anything else that helps you better understand the area

 

3: Clearly Communicate Intent

In order for messages to make impact, materials must be transcreated to keep intent intact. Be sure to localise:

- Campaign messages

- Branding images

- Blogs an articles

- Website materials

- Any other content that may be implemented

 

4: Use the Right Channels

Not all regions use the same social media platforms or search engines. Understand how to properly reach digital audiences by:

- Researching popular social media platforms in the region

- Finding out which search engines are most widely used

- Studying the best practices for those platforms

 

5: Work with Professionals

For transcreation to be successfully implemented, hiring an experienced agency is advised. Ensure that the firm you select:

- Caters for the language you are converting materials into

- Has a history of success

- Has experience with your specific industry

- Is able to transcreate marketing copy, video content, and audio formats

 

 

14 March 2017

10 Performance Marketing Spend Trends [infographic]

AdRoll’s State of Performance Marketing report has just been released, exploring the current perspectives of 1,300 marketers and the changing dynamics of the advertising/marketing landscape.

Check out the quick, digestible summary of the top 10 performance marketing spend trends for 2017 in the handy infographic below:

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07 March 2017

Top digital ad trends [infographic]

Dat

The world of digital advertising has evolved so much over the years with the increased use of social media advertising and the explosion of video content. But what's coming next? Check out this infographic from the folks at Digital Marketing Philippines for a peek on what's to come...

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21 February 2017

Emotion trumps humour in Super Bowl LI ads

Super bowl

During this year's Super Bowl LI, nearly three times the number of social media users engaged with brands associated with emotional commercials rather than the brands tied to more humorous TV spots, according to new data from Experian.  

Looking at 10 of the most talked about commercial spots during the Super Bowl, Experian leveraged its Social Media Analysis to dig deeper into the core demographics and social behaviours of the consumers who engaged with these brands and categorised them into two segments: emotional and light-hearted.  

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