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How to Partner with a YouTube Creator

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At this year’s VidCon, many conversations focused on how brands can work with a YouTube Creator. Here’s how.






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Should Marketers Focus On Snapchat?

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Snapchat for advertising: it’s good, but it’s not great.











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VidCon 2016: Best Practices for Brands

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Key takeaways for brands from VidCon 2016











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The Challenges of Merging Technology and Creativity

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What are the challenges and opportunities of producing creative in a world driven by rapid advancements in technology?











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Marketing in the age of disruptors

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Key insights from “Connect. The Ogilvy Telco Conference.”











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Video Engagement Still Matters

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Why Gawker is Kinda, Sorta Right About Counting Video Views











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Posted in Social Media, The Future of Selling

How Brands Can Use Podcasts

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Now is the time for marketers and brands to start taking podcasting seriously.











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Digital Transformation Insights For Your Business

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We held a #B2Bchat on Twitter talking about Digital Transformation which prompted great questions, a range of answers and a healthy debate. Read our recap here.











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What Does Next Generation Social Look Like?

OgilvyOne Worldwide The Customer Agency






Social’s biggest problem currently is that integration with the rest of digital isn’t usually taken seriously, mainly because of organizational siloes and incentives.











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Twitter in 2016 and beyond

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Twitter is changing. It’s no longer about what is said. It is about what is read.











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