Welcome to our handpicked selection of marketing and scholcomms news from the past two weeks. These are all free to access articles, so click through and explore.
Snapchat will likely soon overtake TikTok as the social media platform with the most growth in 2023; the US Copyright Office is inviting the public to provide their opinions on AI regulations throughout October and November; Erin Osborne-Martin of Wiley Partner Solutions shares information about the Equity Toolkit for Disability Inclusion.
For a long time, TV has been a preferred advertising medium. This appears to be changing. Recent statistics from Kantar’s Media Reactions report show that it has recently been losing favor among marketers with just 6% saying that they will increase TV ad spend in 2024.
Recent forecasts show that global advertising spend is set to increase by 4.4% next year, with UK advertising spend likely to decline by 1%.
Statistics show that 76% of marketers are still feeling positive about the future of the marketing industry despite digital acceleration.
Several social media platforms are growing at a rapid rate, but which is growing the fastest? It appears that Snapchat’s growth is soon going to be overtaking TikTok.
Are extra regulations in AI necessary? The US Copyright Office is inviting the public to provide their opinions throughout October and November.
How can you best optimize your content? Neal Schaffer shares seven strategies that you can use.
Make the most out of AI in your marketing with these 33 fantastic AI marketing tools.
Take your visual marketing game to the next level with these strategies shared by Neal Schaffer.
A new court ruling has declared that the Library of Congress is no longer able to require a deposit of published works.
Erin Osborne-Martin of Wiley Partner Solutions shares information about the Equity Toolkit for Disability Inclusion.
More information is needed to understand the value offered by research software, a vital component of research for many. Calls are being put forward for participation in a project that will help to enhance understanding in this key area.
How can we be authentic on social media in the influencer culture? This article on the LSE impact blog takes a deep dive into authenticity on social media and the ‘economics of influence.’
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