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New Social Media Advertising Strategies for 2023


Social media advertising requires marketing professionals to proactively respond to continually evolving user habits and adapt to different trends. Image credit: Merakist on Unsplash The last year in social media saw consumer preferences shift, new technologies emerge, and certain social platforms flourish.

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How to Convey Your Brand Personality Through Social Media

Marketing Insider Group

You know your brand. But, conveying your brand’s personality to your audience on social media isn’t always easy. Of course, when it comes to branding, your logo, color palette, fonts, and tagline are important, but the voice of your brand is what will truly influence your audience and readers.

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Are Social Reels Relevant for Brands?


Brands realize this, and as a result, nine out of 10 marketers who leveraged short-form video in 2022 plan to continue doing it in 2023. TikTok is probably the best-known platform for brand videos. But there’s another short-form video format taking social media by storm: Social Reels.

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Seven Skills Every Social Media Manager Needs


Social media managers create innovative, high-quality content to engage followers and grow their company’s social media presence. Agility is a fundamental skill in social media marketing, essential for continuously adapting to the evolving digital landscape. Guest post by Eva Chan.

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Thinkers360 2022 B2B Thought Leadership Outlook Research

The purpose of the research was to better understand current and future trends with regard to both thought leadership creators – such as individuals, agencies and brands – and thought leadership consumers and their plans for 2022.

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Consultants Collective Webinar: Employee Activism, Social Media & Brand Protection


Many brands today are publicly acknowledging and take positions on social issues in ways they never would have a few years ago. And, employees are engaging with their employers over social issues in new ways — from employee walk-outs at large companies to using social media to demand more of their companies and CEOs.

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20% of Marketers Still Only ‘Somewhat Confident’ in Social Media ROI

KoMarketing Associates

Many marketers have begun using social media as a means to connect to customers and prospects, but new research indicates that not everyone is extremely confident in the return-on-investment (ROI) of this channel. That being said, only 37% are “extremely confident,” and 20% are just “somewhat confident.”