Weekly Recap – September 2, 2016

Ellyn Davidson 09/01/16 - 2:09 pm

Back to school! That explains the BOGO bonanza. But Adweek says it’s also prime time for brands to connect with college students. Just think of the possibilities. Like a Snapchat geofilter. According to Social Times, Snapchat has revamped this feature, making it more accessible to users. But don’t forget about YouTube. HubSpot reminds us of all the cool things your brand can do on the platform. Take a look.

DETAILS, please

Here’s how brands can connect with college students throughout the school year. As students across the country head back to school, Adweek is helping brands better understand how they can connect with 18- to 24-year-olds.

Snapchat makes on-demand geofilters more accessible with templates, new features. Snapchat rolled out customizable templates for users looking to purchase and create on-demand geofilters, eliminating the need for the use of image editing software.

17 hidden YouTube hacks, tips and features you’ll want to know about. Although Facebook might be the largest social networking site, YouTube has the second-greatest reach after Facebook in terms of general usage. See for yourself.

Meanwhile back at the RANCH

In the spirit of back to school, it’s time for a little show and tell. And we’ve got lots of both. We’ve had a busy summer. From shooting TV spots to recording radio, our clients have kept our summer chock full of exciting projects. Catch up on our latest and greatest work here.

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