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Instagram's IGTV shows potential but is not yet a free lunch for brands

Last month, Instagram launched IGTV, a long-form, vertical video platform that is available in the Instagram app as well as a standalone IGTV app.

Before IGTV, videos on Instagram were limited to one minute in length. With IGTV, Instagram users can now create their own channels on which they publish videos of up to 60 minutes. In the future, Instagram plans to allow users to publish videos of unlimited length.

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Dan Lasko, a man with an amphibious prosthetic limb, jumps off a diving board into a swimming pool.

How Northwell Health uses human stories behind innovation, not scare messages

In the healthcare industry, there are some incredible technological advancements taking place which have the power to save and transform millions of lives.

Yet in spite of this, healthcare providers often struggle to communicate the impact of this work to the public.

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How does SKYN Condoms market to a millennial generation having less sex?

In our technological, networked, 21st century world, it’s easier than ever to connect with people, but harder than ever to be intimate with them.

This was the message presented by Jeyan Heper, CEO of LifeStyles Healthcare, and Alex Pasini, SVP at Sid Lee Global Alliances, at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

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Why native video will transform advertising & reduce adblocker usage

25 years ago, we signed up to one of the greatest deals in history. We accepted that, in order to receive unlimited access to the weird and wonderful world of the internet, we would see ads alongside our content.

This exchange is how all of that well-loved cat content is paid for - and underpins the entire web.

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How to succeed with creative vertical video on Instagram

Since the dawn of cinema in 1895, we've been watching horizontal screens - at home, at work and in theatres.

But with people holding their phones vertically almost 98% of the time vertical has become the new way to view video. And it's opening up creative new ways for brands to engage their consumers. 

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Chinese marketing trends in 2018: What Western brands need to know

With the largest middle class in the world, China is an attractive market for Western brands. However, brands face various challenges marketing in this dynamic and fast-changing market.

China has a unique digital landscape, consumers have distinctive purchasing behaviours and there’s intense competition between homegrown and foreign brands.

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Why Nike's 'Nothing Beats a Londoner' ad campaign is so powerful

A quintessentially American company – Nike has a history of creating inspirational global advertising campaigns.

For its latest in the UK, the brand has taken a much more localised approach, honing in on the city of London and its swathes of determined and passionate young athletes.

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How sports advertisers should react to changing media consumption

On Sunday, advertising's biggest annual event in the U.S., The Super Bowl, took place. 

With 30-second ad spots selling for a cool $5m, the stakes are high for brands that opt to participate. Creating an ad that isn't well-received, or worse, is forgotten, by the more than 100m people who tune in to the Big Game, is a big fear.

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Seven of the best charity marketing campaigns from 2017

2017 was a stellar year for charity campaigns, with many innovative, uplifting, and impactful examples to choose from.

Here are seven of the very best.

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Will influencer marketing take a hit after the Logan Paul firestorm?

One of the biggest topics among digital marketers in 2017 was that of brand safety and it looks set to remain in the headlines thanks to a firestorm that has engulfed one of social media's most prominent influencers.

The 22 year-old influencer, Logan Paul, boasts 15m YouTube subscribers and his daily videos regularly rack up upwards of 5m views each, giving him a level of exposure that eclipses events like the Super Bowl. Thanks to this popularity, Paul reportedly earned $12.5m last year and has worked with some of the globe's biggest brands, including Nike, Walmart, Pepsi, Verizon and HBO.

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10 of the best ad campaigns from the UK’s top supermarkets

The UK’s biggest supermarkets are constantly vying for consumer attention. 

The supermarkets spend millions on large-scale ad campaigns each year (and never more so than at Christmas time).

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10 deliciously creative Domino's Pizza marketing campaigns

In 2010, Domino’s Pizza was known as the poor man’s Pizza Hut. 

Not a patch on Papa John’s, and unable to satisfy the growing consumer desire for a ‘posher’ slice found in the likes of Pizza Express.

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