Anyone else sick of brands talking the talk but not walking the walk? "We're here for you and your family during this pandemic"
How much of your social strategy is based upon consumer insights vs just buzzwords like “tik tok brand presence”?
How is everyone handling their social strategy in light of COVID-19? Still promoting? Less frequent? COVID only?
Anybody know who does Top Golf’s paid social? May want to rethink the copy a lil bit given the times we currently live in. Or maybe just go all in I guess.
How do you present social calendars to clients for approval?! We use sprout for scheduling/ posting but their client approval interface is too complex and not very visually (cont. in comments)
I’m very interested in getting into social strategy— but how do I go about it?? I am currently a digital product manager, so I have a solid Understanding of the current digital landscape. Suggestions?
I’m a business-savvy CM seeking a strategist role at a brand ready to fully embrace the chaos that is social media. I specialize in tricking people — tricking celebrities into retweeting, *continued*
What’s a brand that is killing it on Twitter in 2020? I really like what dbrand, A24, and NJgov are doing.
Need leads on a great social-first agency to work with our brand team. I've been out of the social sphere for a while so I'm not sure who's great anymore.
Anyone have any contact on the TikTok ad sales team? We have several clients looking to get spending on there but haven’t heard any word on our account approval.
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Need reccos of an agency that’s a clearinghouse for UGC content creators. You give them a brief, they find and pay the content creators, who make the content, it’s used in a campaign, etc. Ideas?
Pitching an idea tomorrow w/o telling boss because the client asked for it by eod and I don’t have time for red tape. Will follow up on here w/ résumé (whether it goes good or bad).
Fellow content geeks, are there any government that you feel has an interesting content strategy or a strong presence on social media?
How is your social team structured on the agency side? Does it have its own role or is it part of a larger discipline, like media? Curious what’s worked for other agencies