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How to get Brands to Work with YOU!

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Brief history of Technology
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Brief history of Technology

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Social media proliferation is more than evident nowadays and other than companies and brands it has also subsequently immersed our private lives too. With all the time spent on Social media the past 15 years (not counting the time spent wasted on MySpace, Yahoo & Aol) it is hence only natural that the majority of us adopt a personality on social media. Throughout the years I have personally been very interested in social behaviour online and have often had – initiated –  conversations with various types of people. Some cool, some not so cool… but always falling under a different personality type. As a Facebook page owner or Social Media Manager it’s very important to acknowledge & understand these different types of personalities. How you communicate with each of them can make or break your brand online. Have a look at the Top 9 Social Media Personalities we identified below and tell…

It is something most bloggers, photographers, social media fanatics and many other professionals hope to achieve one day. Get a big, recognised and well established brand to work with them. However, it may sound a lot easier that it actually is. As an agency, we have vast experience of working with companies and brands of all sizes so let’s have a look at 4 useful tips on how you can generate and attract interest whilst staying true to yourself. A Good Following You don’t need 100,000 followers or Kylie Jenner’s obsessive fan base, but having a good readership on your blog or social media is always a good idea. As a digital marketing agency, we look for engagement as well as likes and comments. We don’t instantly select someone for their 15,000 followers. We will have a look and see what the comments are like, what your followers seem to engage the…

If you are a recent graduate or simply seeking a new career path in the marketing world tomorrow would you have the skills to be hired? The answer is..probably not, myself included. Mainly because marketing as a discipline is ever changing and hence so is a career path in the industry. There are new topics, ideas and hacks on almost a monthly basis. As Gen Y steps up to take centre stage in the employment pool (and not only), and technology increasingly dominates our life and work, it is predicted that there will be an 18% growth in tech jobs by 2022. This infographic looks at not only the evolution of the so-called “hot” marketing skills but also the data skills sought after nowadays and their shortage. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy…

Social media is active at all times. There is always someone online at any given moment, ready to read what you have to say about your business, sandwich or a slightly too milky cup of tea made by a co-worker. As a business owner, brand or internet personality, it’s important to grasp the importance of ‘listening’ on social media, as well as posting about yourself. So let’s have a look at 4 ways – as well as reasons – why you should listen on Social Media. Building Relationships Follow people from the same city as you and interact! Making friends with others online will build lasting and meaningful relationships. Don’t act like best friends straightaway or instantly try to sell your product, but let them know that there is a real person running the account and it might help them keep you in mind for future partnerships, collaborations or even…

It is something I often speak about to both my students (whom I mentor for Cambridge or Anglia Ruskin University)  as well as speeches I give to companies and events. I cannot stress enough the importance of Listening on social media but nonetheless, I still more frequently than not see companies, brands and influencers focusing more on promoting their skills, expertise and knowledge rather than those of their customers and clients..the very same audience they are trying to impress. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

The history of technology is the history of the invention of tools and techniques and is similar to other sides of the history of humanity. As you may be aware, Technology is derived from the Greek word, “Techne” (τέχνη) which means art (Craft or skill) and “logia” (λογία) which can be defined as the Study (or science) of.. Technology has always impacted society in significant ways and has generally been used to automate, improve, inform, or destroy (Can be combinations) with positive and negative consequences. Nowadays, the pace of, and impact of, technological change has become almost instantaneous so let’s have a quick look at our infographic below and some important events that have shaped the digital landscape. We have obviously left out many other landmark dates but which one is the most important one to you or the one you believe has had the biggest impact on our society? I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate…

Facebook’s new influencer marketing search engine is almost here, and it could change everything. The official name of this tool is the Branded Content Matching search engine. Forget the Kardashians – the new and best advertising for a brand is influencer advertising, and a brief look into Facebook’s new Influencer Marketing platform has revealed some interesting things in the pipeline for this form of advertising. Originally leaked by AllFacebook.de, the company are looking to get involved in influencer marketing. And quite rightly so – their social media platform is a huge part of the business, and now they’re cashing in on it. They will launch a search engine to find the perfect social influencer for your needs. It’s part of a bid to get bloggers and influencers using Facebook more, instead of competitor sites. It will work alongside brands, PRs and influencers to monetise pages and profiles with influence. If…

It is possibly the most used App nowadays from youngsters and adults like. Yes, we all have Facebook accounts and use messenger as one of our prime means of communication nowadays, but nonetheless noone can deny that Instagram has taken the ..social world (Ask Snapchat) by storm and its customer base and users are growing daily. With this in mind, it is only natural that there will be hundreds (if not thousands) of accounts on Instagram that are..spammy, uninteresting or simply..annoying. We have all come across that post on Instagram that we really wish we never saw and certainly do not want to see anything similar again. Well, brace yourself for..Silence as Instagram is rolling out an exciting new mute feature and we can’t wait to test it out on all our annoying friends (and not only).  So how does Instagram’s new mute button work? Well, this long awaited feature for…

As most businesses, I am certain you also want to engage customers online? Social media can be a great way to get your customers involved and create real and genuine conversations with your target audience. But you need something to actually get that engagement started. That’s where contests and ads come in to help you. There are plenty of different formats you can use for social media contests, depending on your business and the social media platforms you use, but they’re all good at engaging your existing and potential customers. Here are 6 very easy and useful ideas we can help you with or you could also run yourselves for your company. Have a look at our infographic below for more details. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me…