What should you measure in social to actually grow your business?

Posted by Zavy on Aug 3, 2018 9:23:00 AM


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The 2018 Mid-Term Report: Which NZ brands are winning at social media in 2018?

Posted by Zavy on Jul 20, 2018 10:32:00 AM

This year has been off to a hot start and now that it's already July (seriously, where does the time go?) we thought it was a good opportunity to show who's been dominating social media this year. So without further ado, let's kick off!

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What Facebook's news feed change means for marketers

Posted by Zavy on Jan 23, 2018 3:08:00 PM


By now most marketers will be well aware of the changes to Facebook’s news feed algorithm that will see posts by users’ friends prioritised over posts from businesses, brands and media.

It’s a positive change for Facebook users, and heralds an opportunity for brands to refocus their marketing efforts on the platform.

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Who's feeling the emoji love this election?

Posted by Zavy on Sep 11, 2017 3:12:00 PM


In 2011 Apple’s IOS 5 bought in the age of the emoji. The cartoon symbols are now commonplace in digital communication, with over 60 million emojis posted on Facebook and over 5 billion emojis sent on Facebook Messenger every day. 

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Measuring sponsorships: Zavy weighs in

Posted by Zavy on Aug 17, 2017 3:21:00 PM


Whatever you think of Sonny Bill Williams as a rugby player (and just about everyone has an opinion), he does have an exceptional and enviable talent for grabbing a headline. You’d think that would make him hot property for sponsors for whom one measure of success is paid-for media equivalence. 

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Labour on the up and up

Posted by Zavy on Aug 16, 2017 3:14:00 PM


When news broke of Jacinda Ardern’s move into the Labour party’s leadership position, we used Zavy to analysethe immediate impact. Since then, all signs have pointed to this being a positive change for Labour with social media sentiment reflecting a considerable mood shift and improved results in the recent interim poll – “Jacinda Mania” seems to be catching on.

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Sentiment predicts Little's resignation

Posted by Zavy on Aug 3, 2017 3:17:00 PM


It’s been a dramatic few days in New Zealand’s political scene, with news breaking on Tuesday morning of Andrew Little’s sudden resignation and the subsequent appointment of Jacinda Ardern as the Labour party’s new leader. 

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Marketing’s digital evolution: from banner ads to crowd culture

Posted by Zavy on Jul 13, 2017 3:16:00 PM


2017 represents a landmark year in the evolution of digital marketing. Various reports in late 2016 and early 2017 show that at last, digital budgets are achieving parity with TV. The latest ad spending forecast by eMarketer has even suggested that in the US, digital will overtake TV ad spending this year for the first time.

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What are New Zealanders talking about on social media?

Posted by Zavy on Apr 28, 2017 3:19:00 PM


2017 has started off with a bang with dramatic weather events, an increasingly heated political climate going into election year, major international relations crises, equality movements, and continued concern about where our planet is headed. We have a lot to talk about – but is this reflected in the conversations we’re having on social media? 

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Where brands and culture collide

Posted by Zavy on Apr 21, 2017 3:09:00 PM

A brand’s success is often determined by its ability to infiltrate the cultural dialogue of the time. Just think of Moët & Chandon’s role in Western party culture and celebration moments; Nike’s recent foray into global equality and ethnic diversity conversations with its ‘Pro Hijab’; the ‘This Girl Can’ campaign by Sport England to encourage women to overcome the fear of judgement that is stopping them from joining in with sports and fitness; and how Red Bull’s brand is inextricably linked with extreme sports and adrenaline-inducing activities. While some brands fade into the background, others become associated with a particular cultural movement. 

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