Welcome to the BYTE, where we serve up the latest marketing and tech news from the last week for you to sink your teeth into.
This week we’re taking a BYTE out of TikTok’s holiday guide, memes, video strategies, 2023 social media predictions, and AR glasses.
TikTok’s Holiday Marketing Guide
The holidays are just around the corner and a great opportunity to engage your audience. Tiktok recently released its complete 2022 holiday guide to help prepare for the coming holidays. From key engagement stats, ad opportunities, and checklists for planning, this 17-page plan will inspire and help optimize your TikTok holiday marketing. Check it out on Social Media Today’s blog post.
The Best Memes of 2022
Those funny, relatable pictures, videos, and gifs, also known as memes, are an excellent strategy to get a smile from your audience and a great way to capture their attention on social media. View the top five memes in 2022 and learn some tips to boost your social media presence on Sprout Social’s blog post.
4 Strategies for Video
Content Marketing Institute’s survey states that “73% of marketers say videos have become more important to their business in the last year.” Video is one of the most engaging forms of content and has the power to inspire and educate. But with so much competition, you need creative ways to make your video stand out. Read four ways to win with a video from Content Marketing Institute’s article.
32 Social Media Predictions for 2023
With the end of the year approaching rapidly, it’s time to consider your marketing strategy for 2023. Although social media trends can change instantly, experts at Social Media Today have put together a list of thirty-two predictions they think we’ll see next year on major social platforms, such as Facebook and Snapchat. Read them now on the link above to get a jump start on your 2023 social media marketing plan.
Nreal Air AR glasses
These glasses sound like a device that came straight from a sci-fi movie. The Nreal Air AR Glasses paired with a mobile phone create an unreal experience projecting a mirrored image of your phone. Thanks to the virtual reality capabilities of this device, it’s easier than ever to work on the go straight from your phone. Read more about this technology in this article from Digital Trends.
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