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CYNOPSIS TOP WOMAN IN DIGITAL: MAUREEN POLO Oscars Shmoscars. Congrats to our very own SVP Brand Studio, Maureen Polo, who was recently named one of the Cynopsis Media’s Top Women in Digital! This annual award recognizes the most influential women in digital, marketing, advertising, social media and online content. We’re proud to see Maureen join such an impressive list of accomplished industry game changers, leaders and visionaries. Here at Fullscreen, of course, we already know how remarkable Maureen is. She’s a true industry luminary and a great colleague. She’s passionately dedicated to Fullscreen’s mission and the national branded entertainment initiatives she oversees. Her work is world-class at every level, from her team leadership […]

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Are your brands swiping right? As a creator, working with brands is as much a part of the gig as anything, and when it comes to attracting brand partners, I think treating your social platforms like your dating profile is the best strategy. It’s all about making the best first impression – just like when you’re looking for that “special someone”, you know instantly if you’re attracted to that person. Brands are no different. Within seconds they form their own impression of you and what you’re all about. Let’s explore three ways you can get that special brand to swipe right on you. Post to […]

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THX 4 THE FOLLOW: OUR TEAM’S FAVE HANDLES PART 1 We are all social, all the time. And that means our leaders are too. For the next six weeks, we will profile a few influential leaders each week to learn who they are following, liking, and RTing –– on and off the clock. Two of our Vice Presidents of Accounts, Darnell Brisco and Caitlin Robertson share their favorite platforms and handles for getting up to speed industry news, know-how, and snark. Darnell Brisco, @Dbrisco “I spend the most time on Instagram and Twitter. They complement each other well in my consumption habits. Curated visuals/micro-videos vs a steady stream of constant news.” […]

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CYNOPSIS MEDIA’S TOP WOMEN IN DIGITAL: CAITLIN ROBERTSON This morning, in New York City, Cynopsis Media held its third annual breakfast to honor the Top Women in Digital. The honorees are women who have excelled in digital content, marketing, advertising, online, and social media in the past year. We are proud to announce that Caitlin Robertson, Senior Director of Accounts, was among the women honored this morning. For the past three years, Caitlin has been an invaluable asset to our team. She is an effective and ethical manager, leading by example in all that she does. She values teamwork and professional development, and always pushes her employees to […]

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4 tips for your holiday marketing planning A constant barrage of back-to-school photos on Facebook means autumn is here. If you’re a marketer, your holiday budget has likely been set aside for many months. But trends are lightning fast nowadays, and our social audience behavior’s has changed since then. So keep in mind these four up-to-the-minute tips as you ramp up your holiday marketing planning into the fall and beyond. 1. Think beyond TV In the second quarter of 2015, the 13 largest pay TV providers in the US (which account for about 95% of the market) saw a net loss of 470,855 subscribers—the biggest quarterly drop ever. […]

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Influencer marketing 101 for brands Influencer marketing. It’s one of the hottest buzzwords in business right now—but what does it really mean? And how should your brand get involved? Let’s take a quick look at where influencer marketing began, how it’s evolved recently, and how you can get started. What influencer marketing means In a nutshell, influencer marketing means identifying specific individuals who have a lot of sway over consumer perception and purchase decisions, then partnering with them to promote brands, products, or services. The idea of selling products by partnering with people who influence popular culture is nothing new. It dates as far back as the […]

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Facebook video for brands 101 Native video has expanded across a number of different platforms recently, and one of the most significant developments was Facebook‘s release of a native video player in 2014. Facebook native videos now look much better in the News Feed than embedded links to external videos do, which has discouraged brands from publishing such embedded links on their Facebook pages. This change has disrupted the traditional model of distributing YouTube videos to Facebook, forcing brands to develop strategic cross-platform approaches. Why Facebook video? With 1.4 billion monthly active users, Facebook is a huge force. And its release of a native video […]

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4 ways your brand can use Snapchat We live in the era of personal broadcasting. We use Facebook to share articles; Instagram to advertise our breakfast; Twitter to publicize our thoughts. Snapchat combines all three and is fast becoming the key medium for brands to reach younger audiences. How brands can use Snapchat Snapchat is a one-to-one and one-to-many messaging service that boasts 30 million monthly active users, with more than 750 million snaps sent every day. In fact, 55% of monthly users use Snapchat daily—an opportunity for brands to reach 16.5 million people every day. What originally appeared to be a short-lived experiment has exploded into […]

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Do YouTube views drive beer sales? [infographic] The alcohol industry—and U.S. domestic beer in particular—is one of the most competitive industries in the world. Entrenched brands battle it out year after year with hopes of capturing share in a market worth more than $23 billion annually. Marketing in the beer world has traditionally taken place through established channels, particularly on TV. But more and more, savvy marketers are beginning to explore the power of the digital realm, with YouTube at the forefront. As it turns out, there’s a good bit of beer-related activity on the platform already—it’s only a matter of time before a winner emerges to […]

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