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Broadening Brand Reach: The Importance of Multiculturalism in Marketing

Multiculturalism has become the foundation of the modern United Kingdom. Businesses and marketing models are constantly adapting to this changing market, with the increased diversity of cultures creating an increased required diversity of marketing consumption. An Identity In a world saturated with marketing and advertising, it can...

[INFOGRAPHIC] The Growing Value of London’s Non-White British Audiences for Audience Planning

In this infographic, we highlight the importance of multi-dimensional messaging and media planning to ensure that the highest levels of relevance and ROI are being achieved by brands and their agencies. Multicultural Marketing is not just a buzz term; the infographic shows that London exists as...

We Can Reach Your Audience Wherever They Are

Successful tourism advertising requires seamless integration between online and off-line efforts to reinforce the power of a single message. Mediareach Advertising is a fully Integrated Marketing and Advertising Agency who has a wide offering to the travel and tourism sector. Whether you need traditional marketing...

10 TIPS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

Choose the right Social Media platform

Choosing the right social platforms is the most important step in creating an effective Social Media strategy. Carefully research and choose the platforms depending on their subscriber numbers and popularity within your specific target group, industry presence and potential growth in the future.

Facebook was still the most popular mainstream social media channel in 2017, however, if you’re targeting youngsters, you might find better results in engaging through Snapchat (41% Millennial audience) or Instagram (59% Millennial audience). The same rules apply for all demographics. For example, approximately 478 million women use Instagram; compared to just 322 million men. That’s almost a third more users!

Facebook ahead in the game

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Last week Facebook released some user information that revealed its Snapchat-similar features are outperforming the image-messaging app.

Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg announced to analysts that Instagram Stories has over 200 million daily active users. Comparatively, Snap had 161 million daily active users at the end of last year. Snap is expected to report earnings later this month, but analysts predict that it won’t catch up to Facebook’s user base.

Though some research indicates that younger users still opt to use Snapchat as their preferred multimedia application, Facebook has dismissed these findings.
Moreover, Zuckerberg is keen on making Snap’s hallmark augmented reality features central to Facebook’s future. Zuckerberg believes that augmented reality – led by Facebook rather than Snap’s Lenses – will replace TV and other media platforms.

Human Cyborgs by 2020

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CEO of Tesla and Space X Elon Musk Is now set to become the CEO of Neuralink with his latest goal to connect human brains with computers.

The billionaire entrepreneur has dedicated his recent years to putting forth outlandish scientific projects such as his aims to make an intergalactic human colonial species. And it looks like he’s got no intentions of slowing down in his attempts to turn Sci-Fi dreams into reality. Musk’s most recent venture Neuralink, promises to make human telepathy possible in just a few short years. The tech billionaire tweeted, ‘if somebody doesn’t do it, then I think I should do it’.

Despite all of this, Musk has fears about the future of AI and believes it could be humanity’s downfall and could ultimately lead to the extinction of our race. Musk recently followed up these thoughts at the world government summit claiming however that creating human cyborgs would actually solve part of the problem. Musk believes that the reason behind our possible extinction could be that as AI becomes more intelligent and is able to perform various tasks and jobs, humans will become less relevant. Thus, Musk expressed, ‘people need to become cyborgs to be relevant in a future dominated by AI, a merger of biological intelligence and machine intelligence’.

AI set to help lower suicide rates

Facebook AI to prevent suicide
Facebook has received a lot of negative attention recently due to people filming their own suicides through its live stream feature. CEO Mark Zuckerberg is distraught after discovering that his service, which was designed to connect people, is being used for such dark purposes.

Millennials have become the primary age group for adopting this trend and have taken to live streaming their deaths after revealing the pain and struggles they have been internally suffering from. This issue is becoming extremely prevalent with suicide rates in young people reaching an all time high in 2014 and continuing to rise.

Facebook have now added a suicide-prevention feature to identify posts and comments that display suicidal tendencies. This will be reviewed by Facebook’s community team and if deemed necessary, the user will be sent suicide-prevention resources with options to contact a helpline or get help from a friend, especially if someone begins live broadcasting. Additionally, suicide-prevention organisations are now being made readily available on Messenger, so that they are easily contactable for anyone who may be experiencing suicidal or harmful thoughts.