Coca-Cola is launching a new YouTube channel CokeTV today (1 July), featuring what it describes as “entertaining and authentic” content from popular YouTube vloggers in a bid to connect with more young adults across the UK.
YouTube is challenging how much marketers spend on TV, saying that in 80% of cases brands “can confidently double their spend on YouTube” and still get better ROI, but is YouTube really competition for TV or should it be focused on how it complements?
Following the news that Instagram’s user base has reached half a billion people, Marketing Week sat down with its director of market operations, Jim Squires, to discuss the milestone, what it means for brands and advertisers and what comes next for the social media platform.
We take a look at how businesses can build their brands on the worldwide phenomenon that is TikTok.
We arm marketers with all the numbers they need to tackle the week ahead.
On a budget of just £230,000, KFC used social media, as well as print and outdoor, to get people trying its new fries and shift perceptions of the fast food brand.
The new CEO of Sainsbury’s believes the changes will help the supermarket get closer to customers, who he also says he will be spending a lot more time with in focus groups.