Gifs… nonsense to most but an obsession to some. Today, marketing to a younger audience means entering their online world.
Tone of voice is just like the salt on chips; it is that extra ingredient that really brings out the flavour. It needs to engage and entertain, because otherwise it is bland, tasteless and to put it bluntly BORING.
As a student, finding gainful work experience can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. When Grow Co offered me a week’s work experience, I was over the moon.
One of our side projects at grow is the Foodie Feed - predominantly a Twitter stream but also Instagram and Facebook that reports on all the latest trends, news and brands that are killing it in the delicious world of food.
As you may very well be aware, 16-22 April is #UKCoffeeWeek. For some it’s just part of the daily grind, but here at Grow Co. we love the stuff, so we decided to find out a little more about how our clients and their audiences like their brew.
UK businesses can now tag products in their photo posts, so people can buy products as they peruse the ‘gram. At present, you are able to tag up to five products in a single image, or up to twenty in a multi-image post, effectively turning your feed into a social media catalogue of sorts.
Instagram stories are a fantastic feature. Ever wanted to post something but weren’t quite sure? You can post it on your story where it is only visible for 24 hours, giving you a good insight into the post’s potential.
Twitter is full of goodies. Trouble is, a packed train is often not the best time to watch a panda video, so it is a good thing that you can now save tweets for later with Twitter Bookmarks. Here’s how.