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Employee-owned supermarket chain Publix is asking shoppers to surprise their loved ones with random acts of kindness this holiday season in a new campaign developed by 22squared. The campaign highlights the big and small acts that can make a positive difference in another person's life. Through Chute, they're able to collect, curate and publish the photos shared by fans while…

With traditional advertising failing to attract the attention or garner the response it once did, marketers have become obsessed with content. Today, 90% are using content marketing to reach consumers according to the Content Marketing Institute. However, only 34% consider themselves effective at fulfilling this new need. What's causing this disconnect? Lack of a strong content strategy. During the 2014…

This article is part of the Visual Revolution Summit interview series. Learn more about the Summit here. Teen Vogue has become a leader in developing a strong influencer and community strategy - both for its editorial and its advertisers. In anticipation of her upcoming talk at the Visual Revolution Summit, we interviewed Stacy Greco (Senior Executive Director of Brand Development at…

I was an obnoxious teenager. Worse: I was an obnoxious teenager with a camera. My sophomore year of high school is filled with memories of running around the mall taking photos on my beloved point-and-shoot camera1 that I would then edit and upload to one of my many MySpace albums2. With this love of selfie-ing came multiple reprimands from retail…

Facebook just banned incentivizing Page likes. Read the new policy below: You must not incentivize people to use social plugins or to like a Page. This includes offering rewards, or gating apps or app content based on whether or not a person has liked a Page. It remains acceptable to incentivize people to login to your app, checkin at a…

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