Swiss apparel and accessories brand Bally is putting its foot down with a new initiative and social campaign.
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Swiss apparel and accessories label Bally presented attendees of its spring/summer 2016 runway show access to its craftsmen, both in-person and on live-streaming application Periscope.
While Instagram still has one of the higher user interaction rates for branded posts, the level of engagement is still down significantly from last year at the same time that more marketers are maintaining a presence on the network, according to new research from Forrester Research.
While publishers are increasing their presence on Instagram, many continue to hold off, missing out on a huge opportunity to drive connections with consumers, as publishers on the platform increased their engagement rate by 133 percent, according to a report from Sharablee.
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Following months of reports that advertisers have been abandoning Twitter, the microblogging platform surprised yesterday with better-than-expected earnings and advertising revenue, initially sending shares higher in after-hours trading.
While there is significant interest this year in buy buttons on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Google and Twitter, limited availability and poor execution are among the factors likely to hamper their potential to impact sales, according to a Forrester Research analyst.
French fashion brand Jean Paul Gaultier is stoking interest in its latest exhibition through a Parisian scavenger hunt on Twitter and the live-streaming application Periscope.
Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani’s customer service is coming into question after an interaction with reality TV star Kim Kardashian West on Twitter.
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is releasing a Webisode series that follows its professional racing driver James Rossiter through different aspects of the brand.