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Why should brands use social media for their business?

Landis PR

From brand storytelling to new commerce opportunities, social channels offer companies an unmatched opportunity to reach and engage consumers: Engage with your target audience. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are extremely popular with major brands and their followers. Content creation: branded and user-generated.

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Innovative Ways to Make a Splash in the Apparel Industry

5W PR

In the apparel industry, competition is fierce as multiple brands vie for consumer attention. To stand out in this crowded marketplace, brands must employ successful apparel marketing strategies that capture interest and leave a lasting impact. Start by defining the brand’s values, personality, and target audience.

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Four social media channels most communicators overlook

Communications Conversations

I’d like to cast the spotlight on them for a moment and talk about the existing audiences you’ll find there, and the potential uses for brands (and which types of brands might find them most helpful). So, this is a great place for brands to establish authority by simply answering customer questions.

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Why are many social media marketers still working from the 2015 playbook?

Communications Conversations

Let’s look at four big shifts that have been happening in 2020 so far, and how I would argue most social media marketers have reacted: Shift #1: Customers don’t want ‘storytelling’–they want exceptional customer service. People were truly talking with brands (and other people).

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Creating Contagious Content for Moms: What Brands Need to Know

Polaris

If your brand targets moms, your social media strategy may need a major overhaul, according to a recent study conducted by Yummy Mummy Club (YMC) in Canada. Brands still think that pushing out stories about how great they are will resonate with moms,” Erica Ehm , the founder of YMC, told me. 10 Ways Brands Create Contagious Content.

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Brand Ambassadors, Brand Advocates: These Programs Aren’t Easy!

Rock the Status Quo

Don’t Let The Plethora of Blog Posts Fool You It’s easy to tout the benefits of brand advocate programs – of which there are many – but there isn’t enough discussion around just how difficult it is to create and sustain one. They are hired by the company and have a paid role to grow the brand.

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The 2 Types of Social Network to Navigate for Social Listening

Cision

Most brands have created a combination of accounts to engage with this social media-focused population, but having a presence is only half the battle. How do brands decide who to target when there are so many users and networks to choose from? This second group includes networks like Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest.

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