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Local app to give social media a G-rating

Australian software developer and cybersecurity expert, Mick Esber, will this September launch the beta version of bhapi, a safe social media platform he has developed for Apple and Android.

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Why Carbar goes all in on social marketing

Carbar, by its own admission, is a brand with a complex proposition. “We have a complicated story to tell, and to tell it, we needed to nail our proposition, build a category, establish a new audience and educate them on our service,” Carbar CMO, Kieron Wogan said.

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How 2020 has changed the way brands engage on social media forever

2020 has challenged – and changed - how brands and marketers use social media. Some have scrambled to make a rapid move to the digital environment, while others have followed users as they’ve embraced and altered the ways they use social media.

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How the coronavirus crisis brought a new meaning to social media for brands

The average time spent on social media has grown by 30 per cent during the COVID-19 crisis, according to an L&A Social census.This increase in social media usage, coupled with the shift towards ecommerce, has created a commercial imperative for brands and businesses to understand consumer behaviour across social platforms, according to the agency.​

Digital Marketing

Baby Bunting refreshes iconic brand

​In its latest effort to modernise to provide the kind of customer experience the consumer now demands, Baby Bunting has undergone a brand refresh to facilitate a better emotional connection with customers through increased personalisation.

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Facebook to no longer be the 'town square'

Facebook is expanding upon the privacy announcements it made in March this year, saying it is building a more privacy-focused social platform moving forward.

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Our multi-part video series, Ready to Launch, is focused on unlocking the secrets of launching brands, products and services by exploring real-life examples from Australia’s marketing elite. The series is being produced as part of the Launch Marketing Council initiative by CMO in conjunction with Matt Lawton, MD at independent agency, Five by Five Global.

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​Beyond greenwashing: Why brands need to get their house in order first

Environmental, Social and (Corporate) Governance is a hot topic for brands right now. But before you start thinking about doing good, Craig Flanders says you best sort out the basics.

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​The value of collaboration: how to keep it together

Through the ages, from the fields to the factories to the office towers and now to our kitchen tables, collaboration has played a pivotal role in how we live and work. Together. We find partners, live as families, socialise in groups and work as teams. Ultimately, we rely on these collaborative structures to survive and thrive.

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The forgotten art of Acceptor/Rejector Analysis

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