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How brands can use social media polling

Twitter polls have been around for a while, but with Facebook Messenger and Instagram more recently adding similar features to their respective platforms – polls are having a bit of a resurgence.

This also looks to be due to the rise of teen polling app, Polly, which gained huge popularity on Snapchat last year.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

We’ve got a great round-up of stats to see you into the weekend.

It includes news about the power of Instagram, missed email opportunities, luxury adspend, and everyone’s favourite royal couple. Check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for more, and enjoy.

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Six of the best travel brands on YouTube, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest & LinkedIn

Travel brands no longer rely so heavily on TV advertising to reach holiday-hungry consumers. Now, with a whopping 97% of millennials reported to have posted photos or videos of their travels on social networking sites – the internet is a veritable treasure trove of inspiration.

As well as capitalising on this growing consumer desire to share experiences, travel brands are also expanding their own social media strategies to better market their services (and capture the attention of all demographics).

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The best social stories and campaigns from January 2018

January sure does drag on, doesn’t it? Luckily, the end is in sight, which means it’s time to take a look back at what happened in the world of social media throughout the month.

With some big platform updates and interesting campaigns, it’s been a busy start to the year. Let’s review.

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Which pharma companies are winning at social? Survey says...

While not without risk and regulatory concern, pharma companies have increasingly embraced social media in recent years.

As Tamara Littleton, CEO of social media agency The Social Element, put it, “The industry has realised that even if it ignores social media, its customers won't.”

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Social media trends in 2018: What do the experts predict?

In 2017, Instagram reigned supreme, while sponsored content and ad transparency became big brand priorities. So, what’s on the agenda for the year ahead?

Here’s what our esteemed experts predict will be trending in the world of social media in 2018.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

This week’s selection of stats is like a tin of Quality Street (a particular diverse type of English chocolate). You might not like every single one, but there’s bound to be someone out there who will. So, why not share it with your nearest and dearest (or, you know, people you don’t talk to on Twitter)?

The roundup includes talk about personalisation, packaging, and regrettable social media posts. Don’t say we don’t spoil you. 

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How marketers can benefit from Twitter’s new 280 character format

Yes, you’re seeing double. Twitter now affords users 280 characters for their tweets, twice the previous 140-character count maximum.

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A B2B lead gen case study: Which channels achieve the most qualified leads?

Just to be up front; this is not a best practice blog post. I simply wanted to share my story of a recent lead generation campaign, with the hope it might be useful for marketers running similar campaigns.

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10 important digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

We’ve got a treasure trove of stats for you to dive into this week.

The roundup includes news about consumer trust, click and collect, GDPR, and ad spend. Oh and don’t forget, the Internet Statistics Compendium is ready and waiting should you be left wanting more.

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The best social media stories and campaigns from August 2017

Like most workplaces, the world of social media was slightly subdued throughout August. We assume most people were busy sunning themselves, or desperately trying to avoid yet more Trump-related controversy.

Anyway, let’s journey back and take a look at the best of the rest, shall we?

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Will emoji search ever catch on? Kayak certainly hopes so

From email subject lines to custom keyboards, we’ve seen brands use emojis in a variety of different ways.

With 92% of all internet users said to use them in everyday communication, it’s not hard to see why brands are trying to get in on the act.

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