10 Brands Killing it with User-Generated Content on Instagram

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Sharing user-generated content (UGC) is one of the most effective ways to build brand love and strengthen your online community on Instagram. From sharing real-life product reviews, to curating a stunning Instagram feed, there are so many creative ways to elevate your content strategy with UGC! Get inspired by these 10 brands taking user-generated content to the next level on Instagram: UGC Brand Inspo #1: Set a Challenge like @over.

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Social Spotlight: Nike and how to outpace the competition on social

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Welcome to the Social Spotlight, where we dive deep into what we love about a brand’s approach to a specific social campaign. The competition for attention is fierce for brands on social. How does a brand looking to make a name for itself overcome these obstacles?

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7 Tips for Reposting Instagram Stories & User-Generated Content

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Reposting Instagram Stories and sharing user-generated content is a great way to fill your feed with beautiful content, but did you know that UGC is 50% more trustworthy than any other type of media, too? . User-generated content is the word-of-mouth equivalent on social media, meaning that every post or story about your brand that is created by your customers is UGC gold. So why is UGC so valuable? This makes it easier to create branded, themed stories around UGC.

10 more social media sites, links and posts you might have missed this week

Direct Marketing Observations

Yesterday consisted of a killer pitch for a very large SEO project in which the client said afterward that they had never received such a detailed proposal before, and yet… that’s the way all of my proposals are. When I tweeted about this my tweet essentially said that my faith in the coolness and greatness of UGC has been restored. 10) There are so many great sound bites in this article in the New York Times about branding and the “me&# economy.

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Social Spotlight: Peloton and how to get your community to speak for itself 

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Welcome to the Social Spotlight, where we dive deep into what we love about a brand’s approach to a specific social campaign. Considering the brand’s surge in sales and popularity during the pandemic, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard of Peloton these days.

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Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2009

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

40 Key Elements to Getting Started in Social Media (Louis Gray): Mike Fruchter writes an awesome blog post on Louis Gray’s blog about how to get involved in social media, from branding to blogging to Twitter to community. How Big Brands Can Start Testing Social Media (Conversation Agent): It’s really not that hard to get into social media marketing. Good thing he proposes how to fix them also!

The Ultimate List of Social Media Definitions You Need to Know

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Learn more : 7 Great Ways Brands Are Using Instagram’s “Questions” Sticker. When used creatively, augmented reality provides new ways for potential customers to interact with your brand, such as seeing what your products would look like in their home or which glasses look the best on their face. For brands, the company logo is usually the best avatar choice. Many brands use a blog as a way to share engaging content with their audience and establish their industry expertise.

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