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If you’re not gaining any traction on some of the social media platforms you’re active on, it may not entirely be your fault. With hundreds of social media apps out there, and new ones popping up every day, it’s tempting to jump into all of them. However, every social network won’t be the right fit for your company. Your job is to find the networks that align with your brand’s image. Otherwise, you’ll struggle to make progress.


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Media Branding

Media Branding is a cumulative concept reflecting the convergence of traditional marketing and advertising approaches with powerful new media. It does not embrace any one media vehicle or delivery type over another. Instead it is an approach that leverages the strengths of various tactics and actually utilizes both traditional as well as social media. The goal is not simply to make the brand known, but to connect with the target audience at the social level.

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Magazines, especially those that target specific niche or specialized interest areas, are more narrowly targeted compared to broadcast media. Additionally, magazines offer the option of allowing marketers to present their message using high quality imagery (e.g., full color) and can also offer touch and scent experiences (e.g., perfume). Newspapers have also incorporated color advertisements, though their main advantage rests with their ability to target local markets.

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A media consultant is a marketing agent or public relations executive, hired by businesses or political candidates to obtain positive press coverage. Media consultants usually draft press releases to highlight positive achievements of a business, organization, or individual. In politics, media consultants create advertisement campaigns to plant a desired image in the minds of voters.

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