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Suncorp aims to inspire with Pinterest as platform reports rising consumer demand for positivity

Nearly half of Australian adults are more likely to both feel more positively towards and remember the brands they encounter online when they’re feeling more positive and inspired, a new Pinterest survey has found. The findings come as Suncorp launches its first-ever campaign on Pinterest aimed at inspiring and positively connecting with Australian consumers around home renovations.

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Study: Gen Z are huge opportunity for brands

​Brands have a huge opportunity to engage Gen Z via social media advertising and then use Gen Z as brand ambassadors to influence their peers and household, according to new research from Snap and Kantar Media.

Digital Marketing

Industry: Snapchat's first B2B marketing push is a timely, smart move

Snapchat’s first global B2B marketing campaign is being positioned as an overdue and clever step in solidifying the social media brand’s position as its platform rivals face claims of racial insensitivity and advertising boycotts through to data privacy challenges.

Social Media

Microsoft looks to buy TikTok

Short-form video app Tik Tok is in line to be acquired by Microsoft in the US, with the computing giant saying it’s discussions are continuing. It comes after TikTok recently launched its marketing offering, encouraging brands not to make ads, but instead TikToks.

Digital Marketing

Why the COVID-19 crisis has elevated influencer marketing

It was 12 March 2020 when Elma Beganovich saw the world suddenly change. As co-founder and chief operating officer at New York-based influencer-led digital marketing agency, Amra & Elma, she had been monitoring rising concern regarding the COVID-19 health crisis among the global influencer community and their followers.

Digital Marketing

Buy Aussie Now marketplace launches

In a bid to help local businesses affected by coronavirus restrictions, a new marketplace for Australian-made and owned products has now launched. Buy Aussie Now, which started as an Instagram page in mid-March as the nation prepared to shut down with the Coronavirus, has developed into a new platform to showcase local businesses.

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The power of fangelism

Fandom in Australia is worth $4.3 billion, with each fan spending on average $909 per year on their particular fandom and aligning with the right fans represents a significant opportunity for brands, according to new research by Powered, Nine’s marketing solutions division.

Digital Marketing

TikTok makes play for marketers

TikTok has launched its marketing offering, encouraging brands not to make ads, but instead TikToks. The Chinese-backed platform, which is owned by ByteDance, specialises in short dance, lip sync and performance videos and has seen an uptick in use, particularly during the COVID-19-enforced lockdown.

Social Media

Facebook announces new measures to tackle harmful content

Facebook has announced it’s tightening its rules around hurtful content as more brands boycott the platform. Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, shared the platform’s renewed efforts from its second civil rights audit.

Digital Marketing

TikTok launches local office

Video sharing platform TikTok has opened an Australian office with Lee Hunter heading up the local consumer business as GM and Brett Armstrong taking the reins as GM for global business solutions in Australia.

Digital Marketing

Sprinklr and TikTok launch new advertising partnership

CX management platform, Sprinklr, is integrating with TikTok for in-feed video ads on the short-form video platform. It will enable ad campaigns to run on TikTok as well as other social media channels all within Sprinklr.

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Life beyond the cookie: 5 steps to mapping the future of marketing measurement

​There’s no denying there’s been a whirlwind of response to the imminent demise of the third-party cookie from all parts of the industry. But as we’ve collectively come to better understand the implications, it’s clear this change is giving the digital advertising industry the opportunity to re-think digital marketing to support core industry use cases, while balancing consumer privacy.

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Ensuring post-crisis success

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed brands’ CX shortcomings and a lack of customer understanding. Given ongoing disruption, customer needs, wants and expectations are continually changing, also causing customers to behave in different ways. Just look at hoarding toilet paper, staple and canned food, medicinal and cleaning products.

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