Tag Archives: instagram

BETC hacks Instagram to track down missing people

There are some booming activities in these straightened times, unfortunately people trafficking is one of them. According to UN data 2019 was the year with the highest human trafficking rate of the decade, 24.9 million people with 88 per cent ...

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Analyzing how minimalist watch companies produce content for Instagram

There’s a huge amount of convergence on social media: there are some aesthetics that individuals and brands can’t resist when posting. And when all these people and brands post and discuss similar things in similar ways, those patterns can be ...

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Hungry Boys targets Instagram gang for Wokkers

Can’t be so easy being a creative in Russia these days with trade embargoes and all the rest of it (and a certain Mr Putin) but we’re a broad church here at MAA. Anyway, Moscow agency Hungry Boys has produced ...

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Facebook pays $19bn for ad-free messager WhatsApp

No-one could accuse Facebook of either sitting on its mountain of cash or failing to respond to fears that its core social network is losing its appeal to young people as their aunts and uncles populate its pages. Mark Zuckerberg’s ...

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Eight big things to expect from social media in 2014

We’ve been a bit shy of predictions for 2014; most of them seem to come from companies who say that this will be the year of – surprise, surprise – whatever they’re making or selling. But these social media musings ...

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Katarina Nielsen of Flock Associates: hotels show us why a Big Idea doesn’t have to be an advertising idea

Katarina Nielsen, a consultant at integrated marketing consultancy Flock Associates, finds that some hotel groups are leading the way in using a combination of their own data and social media to improve life for customers. Marketers across the board can ...

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