How often do you check your social media accounts? Every hour? Every minute? Or even every 5 seconds? Those extraordinary frequencies on the use of social media are showing the behaviours of the majority of social media users in this generation.
There were many options in advertising from physical marketing with mail, pamphlet and events, to digital marketing with social media; and finally media marketing through television and radio.
In the booming age of technology and social media, the industry has become an undoubtedly saturated and competitive market, where there is an increasing concern for analytics and numbers.
With years of hard work, learning and dedication, Katherine has worked with many clients to create fun and memorable events. Read the full interview here.
Social media has become a daily necessity in our current society and this kind of behaviour is becoming the norm for people around the world.
The team at Media Map Brisbane have put together their best tips and tricks for LinkedIn. Watch to find out what they are!
Swipe for More is officially back and with two new hosts! In this first podcast of the two-part series, Jane and I discuss all you need to know before graduating from university.
Amidst the uprising of influencers and the commercialisation of social media and our online world, it is easy to forget that our mobile phones, and the wealth of resources that they afford us, can be used to have a positive and meaningful impact on our lives.
How have you been obliviously giving consent to large corporations to record your private information?
The rise of social media has dramatically changed politics and political communication in the 21st Century, transforming the traditional media approach to the political process. Platforms have encouraged political communication to become a civic forum where traditional non-power holders such as voters and activists within the democratic system can play a part in considering and helping determine, daily political discussion and action.
By Taylah Daviss | Swipe for More Podcast https://soundcloud.com/user-357930877/oh-clive The latest episode of MediaMap Brisbane podcast, Swipe for More, is officially live! With the federal election in full swing, this week Elizabeth, Louise, Julia and I decided to chat about the role social media plays in Australian politics. While this may sound a bit boring,... Continue Reading →
By Julia Clarke | Swipe for More Podcast Buckle in for some bittersweet content. It is with heavy, somewhat-stress-relieved, hearts that we bring to you the third and final episode for this season of the MediaMap Brisbane podcast, Swipe for More. In a slight pivot from our previous episode’s political focus, this episode is all... Continue Reading →