An analysis of 27,000 Instagram images show that fashion’s BLM reckoning was mostly bluster. Although the findings make for frustrating and upsetting reading, I really like the way this has been presented, it really gets the story across.
Really enjoyed this example of a celebrity sharing a content marketing campaign from a company.
Check out this graphic from Joybird to find the most searched design term in your state.
Rightmove reports that in February 2021, there were more than five million searches for houses in Cornwall, while the list of other top spots reveals a drive to move to the countryside and coastal towns.
Classic search volume campaigns do well again and again.
The competition, launched by holidaycottages.co.uk, received more than 750 photos and 15,000 votes.
Carl Draper's photo of a sunset at Sandbanks claimed the top spot, naming Sandbanks as the number one place to watch a sunset from in the country.
Wall’s has launched Cornetto Tips, a new product which contains no ice cream. Instead, the tip of the wafer cone is filled with solid chocolate.
The new line aims to appeal to fans whose favourite part of a standard Cornetto is the solid chocolate tip at the bottom of the cone, with the packaging featuring the tagline: “Now there’s no waiting for the best bit.”
As Isabella West, a former economist and the founder of fashion rental platform Hirestreet, points out: “There is still a lot of uncertainty as to what consumer behaviour will look like post-pandemic. Even the best trend-forecasters will struggle to accurately predict what happens next in the wake of such fundamental behavioural shifts.”
Primark fans can now buy an air freshener that smells just like its actual stores - perfect for those who have desperately missed their shopping trips.
While fans eagerly await the reopening of retail stores on 12th April, Primark shoppers can now get one step closer to its return, with an air freshener to hang in the car or home!
Ever heard the phrase 'as useful as a chocolate teapot'?! Well, PG Tips has actually launched a limited edition chocolate teapot, and it might not be practical, but it sure looks delicious.
Taking its first steps into confectionary, the iconic tea brand has released the chocolate teapot just in time for Easter.