Some highlights from this week’s articles include relevant social platform updates, insight into the virtual reality trend and details about how much info your Snapchat app is actually tracking about you.
A how-to guide on maintaining your relationship with long term clients, keeping communication clear and continuing to challenge each other in the name of making great work.
Amazon has started featuring ads that exclusively promote their own line of products as alternatives to products that users are shopping for, and are receiving backlash for it.
Nike’s marketing and customer care teams handle conversations with customers across social platforms constantly, and are trained to be able to respond instantly, on their own, while remaining consistent with Nike’s brand!
A few marketing trends popping up among startups like using creative illustration in visual content, creative domain names, and taking a personalized route when it comes to interacting with their consumers.
LinkedIn is testing a live video streaming option on their platform. This feature has gained popularity as a marketing tool on Facebook and Instagram, and it will be interesting to see how businesses incorporate this into their LinkedIn strategy!
A collection of data about which practices correlate with blog content that performs better.
All all inclusive guide to the elements of design, key to anyone interested in expanding their design capabilities!
This feature will make it possible to share write content through Instagram that you previously couldn’t due to lack of an option to link out. A great way to increase access to your content and drive traffic to your website!
There’s a lot of ongoing conversation about Virtual Reality, but still barriers to it becoming mainstream technology (and therefore a mainstream marketing tool).
Insight to how much information Snapchat can actually track about its users. This data in particular reveals the movie theatre attendance habits of users and other leisure activities they’re likely to be doing on the weekend.