Pets were one of the first categories of viral content and their influence has only grown. Combine that with the growing value of the pet industry in general, and you have a winner. No matter how saturated the category gets, pet influencers are some of the richest online.
SAN ANTONIO, July 18, 2022 /CNW/ — The metaverse is anticipated to become a platform where people, especially Gen Z, spend time with social communities, consume media, and participate in virtual events and sports. Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global Metaverse Growth Opportunities, finds that the metaverse will be an interconnected network of virtual worlds […]
By Sam O’Brien, Chief Marketing Officer, Affise People making money online, either as a primary source of income or via a side hustle, is not uncommon these days, and has been made a lot easier with working from home being more readily available.
Almost every niche includes people with families. With a little creative thinking, you can figure out what type of social media marketing will draw them out on Family Day (and other provincial celebrations in February). Contests are an irresistible magnet for families, be it for the prize or bragging rights.
We know social media is wildly popular with Canadians who use the internet (almost 90 percent of us are connected), and those who market to them. Ninety-four percent of online adult Canadians have an account on at least one social media network, according to Ryerson’s Social Media Lab.
TikTok is one of the hottest social networks online today. The app has been downloaded over 2 billion times globally. Canadians are embracing TikTok in a big way, but marketers have remained unsure of how to utilize the micro-video social network to reach them.
Instagram‘s billion+ users (well over 15 million in Canada) are proving to be a marketing asset for businesses big and small. With the highest engagement rate of all major social networks, brands need to effectively and efficiently reach users with the best Instagram tools for businesses.
When Canadian entrepreneurs go looking for information or inspiration on YouTube, most of what they find has been produced in other countries. When they do find Canadian content on the network, it’s often severely limited or outdated.
Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and a wealth of other social networks facilitate image sharing. Some of the most commonly-shared images are digital posters or ‘memes’, which are basically text added to a photo or other background. Networks like Facebook now facilitate animated gifs that you can customize for your business as well. Shareable images may […]
Social media contests are all about engagement and actionable data. They pack more punch than traditional social media marketing due to the sharing potential, which you can encourage with entry requirements and features like bonus entries. It’s also a brilliant way to score coveted User Generated Content (UGC), such as photos and videos. Additionally, expert marketers […]