Category Archive for 'Tumblr'

Nowadays, almost everyone agrees that on most Social Media networks, content is king. However, content without context is just messages without any bond to your long-term brand strategy and audience. To have an always on-strategy is to think long-term on a short-term basis and prioritize quality over quantity. In practical terms it means that your overall brand strategy should be implemented at a daily basis. However, the most crucial thing when creating content is to make the right amount of content relevant to your users.

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Most brands today are active on Facebook, Twitter and maybe Instagram. But if you’re one of the cool kids now, you rule Tumblr! Because Tumblr has potential. Today there are more than 170,000 million Tumblr blogs with 200,000 visits each month. Why are they so popular? Tumblr is a platform based on visual context rather […]

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2013 is coming to an end after what has been an interesting year for social media and we think that 2014 isn’t going to be any less interesting. We’ve looked into our crystal ball and made predictions of what we think 2014 has to offer. Real time is king Most of us have realized that […]

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2012 was a significant year for Social Media with milestones such as Facebook reaching 1 billion monthly active users worldwide, the Pope joining Twitter, Red Bull Stratos pulling the all time greatest marketing stunt with Felix Baumgartner’s space jump, Obama’s “Four more years” being the most retweeted in history, and not least PSY’s Gangnam Style […]

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For brands with a presence on Facebook, Twitter etc., it is becoming increasingly popular to make use of advertising. In order to give a brand presence a boost in the right direction, the key is no longer only great, engaging content. We’re in a competitive landscape and thereby the placement of ad campaigns can carry […]

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