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If you’re not using Instagram Stories for your consumer business, you could be missing out on a huge opportunity! Not only are Instagram stories and videos fun and creative, but they’re one of the best ways to grow your customer engagement, build brand awareness and even drive sales!
Below are some of our top tips for maximising Instagram stories and appealing to your consumer audience, covering everything from content strategy to design, so that you can create the best Instagram assets to elevate your consumer brand.
As things slowly start to ease back to a more normal way of life, there are still a few things that can’t get back to the way they were for a little while longer yet. These include mass gatherings and large-scale events for businesses. Whilst the Government has said that there are pilot events currently being reviewed and they are hoping that by the Autumn events may be able to proceed, there is no denying this has severely affected those businesses for whom events and exhibitions make up a large part of their marketing strategy.
If this sounds like your business, read on for some alternative suggestions for marketing your business in a post-Covid world. Hint - digital channels will become your best friend!
TikTok, a social video app, has been the breakout star of the Covid-19 pandemic. Whilst it is uncharted territory to most people aged over 25, as the fastest growing social media platform currently, it’s time to take notice! So, what is it all about? Essentially TikTok allows users to share short videos, with lots of available features such as stickers, filters and soundtracks for personalisation. Clips on the platform may only be 15 seconds long, but they are having a big impact: TikTok has more than 800 million users worldwide!Read More
The world of PR and communications often finds itself under scrutiny. It’s no stranger to accusations of being fluffy, unnecessary and ineffective. The reality couldn’t be further from the truth.Read More
In short: Yes!
Discussions around AI in communications tend to centre around data processing, driving automation, measuring effectiveness, and essentially making a communication pro’s life a bit easier.
The rise of virtual press events does not come as a surprise, particularly as we cannot meet in person right now, and companies must think of new and creative ways to launch new products and present their forthcoming seasonal collections.Read More
The ADPR team recently attended Taunton based, Introtweet’s ‘Tweet Over Coffee’ event. The online workshop covered the latest social media news and tips to optimise in your business.Read More
As the UK’s lockdown measures ease, businesses now need to tread a careful path for getting their marketing communications and messaging right.
Whilst marketing your business is essential, getting it right as we come out from a global pandemic may not be easy.
We have listed some of our top tips to give you a head start as we all try to get back to some kind of normality!
The government’s OASIS planning model is an effective tool used for shaping all types of communications and campaigns, ensuring they are carefully planned, efficient and effectively evaluated as required.
We reviewed the five steps of the model in this blog and here we’ll discuss how you can put them to use within your own marketing campaigns.Read More
You may have seen that ADPR is part of the Inspire Elite network, a team of professionals that support ambitious businesses with a desire to grow and expand, by helping them to develop a winning business strategy, make the right connections, source available funding and share knowledge with like-minded successful business owners and professionals.
The team at Inspire has been offering ADPR invaluable support during these recent months, and recently they shared a report with us on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the new ‘Low Touch Economy’. It was an interesting read and included some key consumer behaviour shifts that we will all have to navigate in the world after COVID-19.
This unprecedented crisis has affected everyone across the globe in some way and navigating it has been an ongoing challenge for businesses large and small. Needless to say, communications has played a key role for businesses, ensuring everyone is kept informed of the ever-changing advice and protocols. So, what have we learnt so far?Read More
PR Apprentice at ADPR, Kira, recently attended a PRCA webinar on ‘Getting to grips with grammar’, highlighting essential grammar tips for business writing. Led by PRCA trainer and self-acclaimed grammar enthusiast, Emma Ewing, we will be sharing some of Emma’s top grammar tips for business, so you too can brush up on the basics to make your writing the best it can be!Read More