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The recent victory for Gay Marriage in Australia is a clear cut example of how a 'customers' identity means a lot about customer experience and thoughts. From electorate to electorate, voters had differing opinions. The further North you go, the less likely people are to support Gay Marriage. Areas heavily dominated by religious constituents were firm 'no's' and so on. 
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When it comes to social media marketing, you need to consider one key word ‘valuable’. Ask yourself, what value does your social content provide your followers? Social media has become a huge part of our lives, so how does your content fit in with your followers’ lifestyle?
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Lead generation through sharing content on social media has grown in importance over the past few years. Many marketers have caught onto this concept and have used it to the fullest potential by sharing news, blogs, customer service information, and tips...with a twist. The thought up images and carefully curated canva posts that marketers are making are becoming more and more like a subtle sales pitch. In the past, seeing any promotional components in posts would turn off potential leads, however, because of this shift and slow, easy transition, it is a new norm.

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Facebook's latest announcement of its Chat Bot feature sees a shift towards using artificial intelligence to engage with customers on social media. But considering recent events such as the disaster of Microsoft's Tay Chat Bot, should companies be concerned about using this feature?

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As our online network of friends continues to expand, social media companies and their newsfeeds transform and evolve as well.

On March 15th 2016, Instagram, the fastest growing social media network, announced their latest update: an algorithm-based, personalised newsfeed. This means that photos and videos will no longer appear in chronological order, rather, appear based on the likelihood you’ll be interested in the content, your relationship with the person posting and the timeliness of the post.
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A client recently asked me "What kind of voice should you use for each social media platform?"

It's something Marketing Eye does everyday, but is so important for businesses to think about. Each platform has a specific personality. All posts should be based on your audience, but businesses need to think about the way in which they deliver their information. Does your audience want to read an extensive study? Or would they prefer a humorous anecdote? We've translated each platform and given them an equivalent voice
'dress code' to make things simple.

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