Colour is one of the most persuasive aspects of marketing. Strictly speaking as industry professionals, colour must induce a certain profile to a brand, but that’s far-fetched, isn’t it? Fact of the matter is, that it is too dependent on individual experiences to be universally translated to specific responses. Therefore, when we selected the hues for our new identity, it was more about personality than perception. Want to find out what the new SocialEyez entails? Read up! Continue reading
It’s the question we’re asked more than anything, “So what do you actually do all day?”
The word out there is that social media managers spend all day on Twitter/Facebook collecting followers and spend an unhealthy amount of time taking narcissistic #agencylife selfies and snapchatting their lunch. However, ‘IRL’ we’re constantly innovating, tweeting, articulating creative strategies and searching for the next best cup of coffee.
If you work in social media, is this close to what your average day looks like?
Spoiler: We don’t FACEBOOK all day.
We spend most part—maybe all—of our day on Social Media, springing from platform to platform, scheduling posts, strategizing ahead and keeping up with our klients (Yes, I went there). From worrying endlessly about Facebook’s organic reach regression to enlightening my clients on what really happens after you ‘follow’ people on Twitter and spending my time Instagramming through dinner (and consequentially making it cold), I’ve come to realize – Social Media is NOT just a job, it’s a lifestyle. Continue reading