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7 Great User-Generated Content Campaigns

Pixlee

User-generated content enables a brand’s passionate customers to become advocates, in turn building engaged communities around products and services. According to a report from Adweek , 85% of users surveyed found visual UGC to be more influential than content made by the brands directly. By highlighting the experience of traveling in Australia they created a community of both those who had been there and those who aspired to visit.

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Ultimate Guide to Instagram For Fashion

Later

A fashion-forward Instagram strategy can drive traffic, make sales, and attract a loyal community of followers. Shoppers are no longer limited to searching for an outfit by scrolling through endless studio photos on a company’s website. User-generated content (UGC).

The 21 Best Content Curation Tools

Webbiquity SMM

A hybrid curation app and social network—grab any content from the web and save it to your own Flipboard magazine. Sample review: “If you want to build a list that can easily be updated and voted on by your community use List.ly.” — RazorSocial.

Coach Admires The View From Above

Convince & Convert

Using the #coachfromabove hashtag, fans are asked to share photos of their Coach shoes on Instagram or Twitter for a chance to be featured in a gallery on the company’s website.

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. Here are 10 reasons why you as a company entity should avoid it.

Is Social Media the Final Frontier of Marketing?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Then and Now In the good old days, say from the 1850s onwards, marketing was mostly a one way “communication&# : companies advertized their wares via local media like newspapers, magazines, and traveling salespeople. The time has come for companies to be part of the conversation.

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