How DTC brands plot their PR strategies

While there’s been much deliberation over the best marketing strategies of direct-to-consumer brands, and how those have evolved as the main digital channels like Facebook and Google have become oversaturated and increasingly expensive, there’s been less time spent on the early-days PR strategies of emerging brands. The post How DTC brands plot their PR strategies appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

[ Digiday | 2019-06-07 04:01:57 UTC ]
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‘Digital has its limitations’: DTC brands are testing direct mail

Facebook, Instagram and Google are still the most powerful customer acquisition channels for online brands, but maturing means building a more diversified marketing mix. The post ‘Digital has its limitations’: DTC brands are testing direct mail appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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YouTube is targeting direct-to-consumer brands with a ‘DTC council’

Eyeing the success Facebook and Instagram have had in raking in ad revenue from direct-to-consumer brands, YouTube is plotting its own approach. The post YouTube is targeting direct-to-consumer brands with a ‘DTC council’ appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Vogue’s Digital Director Takes Us Inside the Brand’s Cross-Platform Strategy

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Amazon's PR Troubles Show How Corporate Culture Impacts Brand Perception

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Brand RX part two: The state of brand safety one year later

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Scottish bookshops keep click and collect option as Sturgeon brands books 'essential'

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Moomin marvellous: Brand raises £1m for Oxfam with Sort Of Books and Waterstones

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Self-Published Author Moves Brand into Consumer Products

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