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Earth Day 2021: How influencers and brands can restore our planet

Article | April 21, 2021

If the last few years has taught us anything, it’s that sustainability needs to become a focus within all of our lives – and it has, and is continuing to become ever-more prominent. Everybody is taking more responsibility for the impact they have on the environment, and now, social media influencers are using their platform for the greater good and are encouraging their audiences to take more care, too. Social media is becoming less focused on materialistic items, and is beginning to turn its attention to making an impact on the things that really matter. And what’s more important than the world we live in? From fashion to food and travel, social media influencers are the voice of Gen-Z, and with Earth Day approaching on April 22, the theme is Restore Our Earth, which is the mission of many online influencers. Here, Amelia Neate, Senior Manager at Influencer Matchmaker, shares a few influencers that will help you in your journey to live a more sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyle. Fashion Fashion is an industry that is traditionally known for not being all that economical or sustainable, however times are changing, and so are brands and their consumers, as #sustainablefashion has been used more than 10.5 million times on Instagram alone. Fashion influencers such as Em Sheldon and Charlie Irons are investing in timeless classics and wardrobe staples as opposed to trend-driven pieces that will only be worn for one season of the year. Whilst more expensive, these items are made and bought to last – for decades. Particularly for items such as coats, shoes and outerwear – all of which are often designed with durability and versatility in mind. So, it is great to see influencers such as Em and Charlie using their large followings to promote a more positive and sustainable way of enjoying fashion. Travel Upon first thought, travel isn’t the most sustainable of industries, however there are a few things we can do minimise the impact it can have on the environment as well as reducing our carbon footprint elsewhere. Parenting and travel bloggers Travel Mad Mum Karen, and Travel Mad Dad Shaun, understand how their travelling can be the cause of carbon concern. To balance out their air miles and emissions released by road trips, as a family they eat sustainably, reduce waste and ensure that they recycle and reuse all they can. In a previous campaign, Karen partnered with travel guidance brand ABTA to give her audience advice on making holidays greener. From educating children on recycling, through to combined travel such as taking trains or cycling, Karen and her family work hard to promote a sustainable, circular economy. Food Food waste is a huge problem on a global scale, so it is incredible to see social media influencers encouraging their followers to lead a zero-waste lifestyle. Matt, from Daddy Cooks Food and Bintu, from Recipes From a Pantry are two food influencers who are keen limit food waste and help contribute to a circular food economy. Regularly sharing organic and sustainable food products and services, both Matt and Bintu are making a green and sustainable contribution to the world we live in. Brands are also making a change It isn’t just social media influencers who are using their influential power and social media status to make a change, but brands, too. Brands are becoming increasingly aware of the everchanging needs of their consumers, many of which revolve around leading more sustainable lifestyles – starting with making conscious decisions when it comes to shopping habits. Consumers are now seeking multi-purpose packaging, reduced waste and environmentally-friendly materials and Robert Lockyer, founder of Delta Global, a sustainable packaging solutions provider for luxury fashion brands, explains how brands can achieve just that. “Whilst many brands are working hard to ensure their products are sustainable, many are forgetting to do the same for their packaging. “The packaging of the products is the first thing a consumer will see, and it is important for the packaging to uphold the same ethos and values as the products and the rest of the brand.” Robert also explains that removing plastic from packaging and reusing recycled materials is a great first step in the right direction. He says, “Gone are the days when parcels arrived full of single-use plastic. Whilst it’s no longer acceptable, it is also completely unnecessary as there are a variety of other materials that brands can use to keep products safe. “And where plastic is used, brands should ensure that it can be reused, repurposed and recycled.” So, this Earth Day, we urge brands and influencers alike to restore our planet; one post and one purchase at a time.

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Virtual Conferences Are Becoming the New Normal: 5 Tips to Consider

Article | July 22, 2020

The world is changing. The result of the ongoing pandemic has wreaked havoc on global economies, resulting in millions of Americans joining others around the world, especially those within the service, media, and ad industries, being particularly affected. Today, working from home as a mainstream way of doing business initially caught many companies unprepared. At the same time, businesses, and millions of American households from coast-to-coast, as well as billions of households around the globe, are understandably keeping a watchful eye on their finances.

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How to Run the Perfect Event Marketing Plan

Article | February 11, 2020

Geotargeting, also known as location-based marketing, allows your company to laser in on the right personas you want to attend your event, with the ability to choose people who live and work in the specific location where your event is being held. Prior to launching an event, you should lock in on the segment of people you want to invite to it. These people should be based in the same geographic region as the event and be the target audience your event is appealing to.

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Google Reveals What COVID-19 Special Announcement Schema Looks Like in Search

Article | April 6, 2020

Google has now shared examples of what COVID-19 special announcement structured data will look like when used in search results. A brand new set of structured data markup for special announcements related to COVID-19 was introduced last month. Google officially stated last week it will support the new structured data, but didn’t say when it will be used in search results. At the time, it was also not known what the markup would look like when Google uses it to render search snippets.

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Vserv is the leading smart data platform for mobile marketing and commerce. The platform has the largest mobile internet user base in India & Southeast Asia with unique and rich insights on these users. Vserv’s revolutionary platform transforms big data to smart data, empowering companies to achieve sharper results. Founded in 2010, Vserv has over 500 Mn unique user profiles globally, and is backed by Maverick Capital, IDG Ventures India & Epiphany Ventures.

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