Social Media Marketing
YouTube has been the OG for video creators for years, but now the social properties are making bigger inroads into this popular content format. That’s bringing new ways for marketers to work with creators on Facebook, Snapchat, TikTok and more.View this Report
Heather Watson, consulting and behavioral insights lead at research and solutions firm CGK, discusses how to market to teens on YouTube and the importance of having an authentic brand personality across platforms.
Consulting and Behavioral Insights Lead
Center for Generational Kinetics
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