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What Can Marketers Learn From The Phenomenon That Is Jerusalema?

Imagine how Master KG felt when President Ramaphosa recommended that South Africa take up the Jerusalema challenge on Heritage Day. Perhaps it felt better than the day the song hit 100 million views on YouTube. Or better than the day Nigeria’s biggest music star, Burna Boy, remixed the song, propelling it right across Africa and […]Read More

Influencer Marketing: Finding The Right Fit

As a result of consumers spending more time online, and on social media platforms – influencer engagement is at an all-time high. Platforms such as Facebook and Instagram are enjoying more than 50% more messaging on the platforms, and more than 70% more time spent on the apps, while influencers have reported as much as […]Read More

City of Cape Town Campaign Encourages Citizens To Report Domestic

The City of Cape Town encouraged citizens to report domestic violence during the COVID-19 lockdown with a campaign from HelloFCB+. Acknowledging that many families were under additional strain during the quarantine period because of domestic violence, the City briefed HelloFCB+ to encourage audiences to take action to help those who possibly couldn’t call for help […]Read More

Facebook celebrates and nurtures SA creativity with support of the

Facebook has a strategic partnership with the Loeries Creative Week 2014 in line with its goals of promoting positive engagement between brands and consumers in high-growth markets as well as helping people in Africa to connect with each other. As such, Facebook is hosting its first Creative Shop Hackathon for Africa in Cape Town on 18 September. […]Read More

Facebook to Host Its First Ever African Hackathon at Loeries

As part of Loeries® Creative Week™ Cape Town, Facebook will host its first Creative Shop Hackathon in Africa on Thursday 18 September. A Hackathon is a workshop where teams collaborate to solve real-world business problems, usually while working against a tight deadline. Designed specifically for young creative designers with one to two years of experience, the workshop […]Read More

Farting CEO- A lesson learnt from last years viral video

Last year (October 8 2012 )a not  so bright guy named Richard Niell wrote to British feminine hygiene manufacturer, Bodyform, via Facebook. He felt he needed to voice his anger regarding how women hygiene product adverts were misleading and not true. Below is a segment of his comment: “Hi, as a man I must ask why […]Read More

CREATIVES’ SOCIAL MEDIA SURVIVAL GUIDE [PART1]

Part one Gone are the days when designers were instantly recognised simply by winning awards and the strange outfits they would put together. In this new age of social media, any professional can gain recognition, simply by understanding the tools of the game. In this post, I will provide you some basic tips on how […]Read More

Is Instagram killing Photography ?

I’ve had this question asked so many times lately, by fellow photographers that I dream about it. I  finally got myself a fancy pants phone and got the answer… I think.     What is Instagram? For those of you who don’t know what Instagram is, it’s a photo sharing platform that works hand in hand […]Read More