Millennials are the most elusive, but at the moment, the most valuable generation to marketers.
Today’s generation of powerful influencers is more accessible than ever before.
To many, an influencers life is enviable, and easy.
It doesn’t seem like that long ago that everyone touted Facebook’s newsfeed and Instagram’s feed as the new world for marketers to go forth and conquer. How quickly times change.
Whilst much has been said about the show’s secret to success, how exactly has ITV’s Love Island expertly capitalised on the influence of social media, driving unheard TV success across digital media?
The Conservative Party made national news last week when they offered people the chance to win reusable water bottles in the style of those used by contestants on the ITV2 dating reality show Love Island.
We all know that social media is directly affecting our levels of happiness, self-fulfillment, anxiety and confidence. But a new line – a line that hasn’t even been drawn yet – has been crossed.
Make no mistake, you and your family’s online reputation is a big deal.
Influencer marketing, if done right, can help your startup or small business grow your audience, improve sales, and expand brand awareness through social media.
Amazon is at it again.