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Online communication, particularly via social media, is gradually becoming more visual. And with that comes an increasing number of ways to hit people in the eyes with something beautiful.
Not literally, of course. You can get arrested for that sort of thing.
More interesting than a photo and less-annoying than an autoplay video, cinemagraphs are fast making a name for themselves in the world of digital marketing.
At carwow we recently raised series-B funding, so although it’s fair to say we have a little bit more money to experiment with these days, this certainly hasn’t always been the case.
We also know that we didn’t get to where we are by spending money unnecessarily.
‘Every accomplishment starts with the decision to read the weekly Econsultancy digital marketing stats round-up,’ is probably my favourite quote of all time.
It should be yours, too, if you want to be the next Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg.
This week we’ve got some delightful digital marketing stats for you, from content marketing salaries to the rise of video, to poor ad viewability, shunned smartwatches, Six Nations rugby and much more.
Rejoice! Yet another social network! They’re so common these days that if we reviewed all of them we’d do pretty much nothing else and our readers would drift away and the bosses would start getting fidgety and… well it just wouldn’t be pretty.
So what makes Peach so special?
Our latest Digital Shift presentation is here, and it’s packed full of exciting predictions and marketing trends.
From new approaches to content, to wearable tattoos and the changing ways in which marketing functions integrate with the rest of a business, there is plenty for marketers to get stuck into in the coming year.
Like many companies, in the last 12 months the main focus of our marketing strategy at SaleCycle was to produce content. And lots of it.
However, on further inspection it turns out we might have been focusing on the wrong metrics.
Ah, the monthly branded Instagram video round-up. The point at which I literally get paid to be entertained.
And hopefully to entertain you in return, of course, and to provide some inspiration when it comes to your own Instagram video efforts.
This week we’re covering spaceships, cars that look like spaceships, Matrix barmen, zero-gravity ping pong, chicken-powered pianos, chicken-bothered BB-8s, wrestling, and much more.
More than 80% of fashion and beauty marketers believe influencers mostly look for financial rewards when collaborating with a brand.
This is according to a new Fashion & Beauty Monitor report in partnership with Econsultancy, The Rise of Influencers, which explores the role influencers play in the fashion and beauty industry.
We may never be sure what compelled House of Fraser (HoF) to completely abandon its brand identity and tweet a Snapchat-style picture of John Terry wearing a cartoon crown and holding a balloon.
All we know is that it happened. It’s happening. And, despite what many people feared (or perhaps hoped), it’s not the work of hackers.
American author H Jackson Brown Jnr once said, ‘The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best to read the weekly Econsultancy digital marketing stats round-up.’
That is a fact, which means it’s true.
But let’s not start Googling what Jackson Brown Jnr really said and accusing me of making things up. Just relax and take a look at this fine set of digital marketing stats.
The content marketing gold rush doesn’t seem to be slowing, and articles advising brands they need to jump on the bandwagon continue to plague the internet like timeshare salesmen in 1970s Spain.
But does your brand really need content marketing?
Maybe. Personally I’m pro-content, but I also don’t believe enough thought goes into why and how brands are doing it.
It's annoying that in 2016 a headline like this is still relevant. We’ve all poked fun at silly stock imagery, but it seems once the laughter fades some of us continue regardless.
I’d put it up there with meaningless buzzwords as one of the uglier sides of marketing that refuses to die.
And while it does provide people like me with ammo for our snark guns, it is also incredibly offensive to look at.