Rising Star Awards 2022– Winners

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During the pandemic, the brands are creating content more than ever to engage with consumers. Unknowingly, many are adding to the mound of mediocre content, causing content fatigue among the consumers. BuzzInContent.com caught up with content experts and asked them how brands can unlearn the art of creating average content

By Akansha Srivastava
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Explaining how brands have underutilised the content marketing space in India, Kumaar, CEO, tells BuzzInContent.com that the biggest challenge in the space is measuring the ROI and preferring quantity over quality. He discusses how ‘Content Repurposing' can be an apt strategy amid the pandemic

By Akanksha Nagar
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In the near future, the kids' content industry is definitely going to swell if nothing else. With limited school timings and a few sources of entertainment, until life limps back to normal, kids' content creators and brands have an excellent opportunity to leverage the need

By Payal Shah Karwa
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Speaking to BuzzInContent.com, industry experts said the introduction of the format is timely as it will get quickly adapted by brands, influencers and mass as the platform is trusted and preferred by the larger population. This new video format is a core part of the future of entertainment on Instagram

By Shradha Mishra
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Until two days ago, many content creators were dependent on TikTok for their livelihood. After the ban, they are left to figure out ways and means to survive in a new environment

By Akansha Srivastava
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Laughter is contagious and can help make a brand's content go viral but only if it is humorous and witty at the same time. BuzzInContent.com talks to content experts to find out how brands can stay away from selling crass content as humour at a time when we need laughter more than ever

By Akanksha Nagar
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Shoor strongly believes content will not replace communication on classical advertising at least for the next five years. Talreja says new-age content creators do not necessarily understand brands

By Akansha Srivastava
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Johnson & Johnson's lockdown content strategy has been to create compassionate and positive content that is purposeful and engaging. Gadgil tells BuzzInContent.com how purpose-led content strategy is not just a brand-building exercise but also fetches business

By Akansha Srivastava
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Brands creating food-related content is not new. But due to the Covid-19 lockdown, we can see a massive increase in cooking-related content. BuzzInContent.com caught up with Amul, KFC, Big Bazaar, chef Ranveer Brar, lifestyle platform Gobble and digital agency Blink Digital to analyse the growth of the branded cookery content space in India and the art of creating food content

By Akansha Srivastava
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Animated content for long in India has failed to deliver value due to quality issues. But the Covid-19 crisis came as a shot in the arm for animation, which has come to the rescue of brands and publishers. BuzzInContent.com finds how the animation space is redefining itself from being a children genre to be accepted by all

By Akanksha Nagar
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In the first part of our series, BuzzInContent.com analysed why live streaming is becoming an integral part of the content strategy of brands during this pandemic. In part-II, brands and agencies discuss what must be followed to maximise ROI on live streaming

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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With the events industry shut due to Covid-19, a lot of brands have resorted to the live interactive content formats on social media. But creating appeal, engagement, getting the right audience to watch it along with fulfilling brand objectives is not easy. BuzzInContent.com talks to brands and experts to understand the art of doing it right

By Akansha Srivastava
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The lockdown has proved to be challenging for the media industry but it has also provided content creators with an opportunity as consumption of content is more than ever. It also calls for innovation as creators have to make do with minimum production back-up

By Akanksha Nagar
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In the part-1 of this analysis, BuzzInContent.com attempted to understand which of these three platforms is the most brand and creator-friendly based on their reach, engagement, ROI, brand category and creative freedom. As brands opt for cost-efficient strategies amid Covid-19, in part-II, we find which platform is most cost-effective, while making it easier for brands to collaborate alongside their ever-changing policies

By Akanksha Nagar
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As influencer-led marketing witnesses a remarkable rise over the years, while spreading across TikTok, Instagram and YouTube, marketers continue to increase their budget in this bracket. In a two-part in-depth story, BuzzInContent.com dives deep into the functionality, guidelines, prescribed formats and future of three platforms to figure out which can be the most effective bargain

By Akanksha Nagar
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BuzzInContent.com caught up with Chaitanya Ramalingegowda, Co-Founder at the direct-to-consumer mattress brand, and Sandeep Balan, Partner, Branded Content at Spring Marketing Capital, to understand Wakefit's lockdown content strategy

By Akansha Srivastava
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BuzzInContent caught up with publishers, niche platforms, creators and agencies to gauge the impact of Covid-19 on their businesses and find how are they dealing with it

By Akansha Srivastava
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In an interaction with BuzzInContent.com, Karthik Nagarajan, Chief Content Officer, Wavemaker India says measurement in the advocacy space is an evolving sphere. He explains how the trust of brands on influencer-led marketing as a viable, scalable channel of communication has increased amid the pandemic

By Akanksha Nagar
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