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Ramblings from contributors and the team.

The State of Social: April Edition

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, social media channels have continued to adapt to the current situation. We’re here to give you the lowdown.

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Creative opportunity that comes with a pause

There’s so much advice out there… “learn a new skill”, “update your portfolio”, “give back to the community”. What do you do?

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Houseparty: The app for the social-distancing age

The words, ‘Download Houseparty!’ has become the social call to action of an international community living through isolation.

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CORONAVIRUS: How to react to coronavirus on social media

All the Dos and Don’ts when it comes to reacting to COVID-19 as a brand on social media.

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Organisations turn to Virtual Tours during COVID-19

Amid the UK’s lockdown, museums, galleries, and zoos are turning to virtual tours to entertain us.

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The State of Social: March Edition

Our consumption of online content is increasing, while habits are changing and with more people taking to social media than ever before, how are social platforms adapting?

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How to Navigate Influencer Marketing During a Pandemic

As the industry becomes digitally bound overnight and experiences a rise in social media usage for entertainment, are we looking to influencers now more than ever?

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Keeping brands active during a crisis

During this crisis, giving brands a role and supporting their ability to maintain a sense of normalcy is at least one thing we can do to help – if not just for their sakes, but for ours too. 

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How to stay creatively inspired during a lockdown

Amid the madness, creatives are finding new ways to remain inspired. Here are just some ways to keep fresh while you need to literally think inside the box. And no, we don’t recommend watching the film, Contagion.

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The Weirdest Community Management Queries We’ve Ever Received

In an increasingly digital world, every brand needs to be prepared for online conversations - from positive feedback or complaints to the down-right weird and ridiculous requests.

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