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Posts tagged with Wendy's

Everything brands need to know about Gifs

The internet economy has been partying like it's 1999, so it's fitting that something that was popular in 1999, the animated Gif, has found a role on the modern web.

Here's what brands need to know about the image file format that has found new life.

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An ad campaign doesn’t always go viral, but when it does…

It's very rare that an ad campaign truly goes viral. But when it does it becomes part of our language, its slogan is repeated by people way beyond the commercials, and the bounce for the brand can be huge.

To give some inspiration for your next effort, here are a few noteworthy examples from the United States.

And for a different take on this topic, read Econsultancy's other posts on why social video doesn't have to go viral to make an impact, and a run through of the top 20 Super Bowl ads of all time.

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Four ways to increase social engagement in the New Year

Driving quality engagement with your social audience increases loyalty and more effectively guides consumers down the path to purchase.

As such, marketers must place a premium on fostering social relationships that add tangible value and incentives to the customer experience.

But how can marketers identify the most effective ways to break through the flood of status updates, tweets, pins, and posts?

Read on for four strategies that marketers can integrate in 2014 to make sure social conversations with your audience hit the mark.

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10 of the most shared brands on Instagram video

40% of the 1,000 most shared Instagram videos (Instavids) last month came from brands.

The 15 second long Instavid format has only been around for a few months, but is already giving Vine a run for its six second-long money. We've discussed the respective benefits of each in this provocatively titled article Fight Club! Instagram vs. Vine.

It seems that brands have been quick to utilise this longer form media. The 150m incumbent Instagram users are clearly a major draw, as opposed to the still not inconsiderable 40m users on Vine, although it should be noted that Vine picked up all those users in just nine months.

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