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Sanjay Vakharia, CEO, Spykar tells BuzzInContent.com that the brand's content will focus more around music and fashion in coming years

By BuzzInContent Bureau | January 02, 2019
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Rannvijay Singha, Rajkumar Rao, Sunil Chettri and Gurpreet Singh were seen giving a sneak peek of the wooden cask packaging on their Instagram stories, and sharing personal experiences and stories about being 18

By BuzzInContent Bureau | October 25, 2019
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Composed, written and sung by rap artist Brodha V, the song embodies the spirit of youth that stops at nothing and lives life on their own terms

By BuzzInContent Bureau | October 30, 2018
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No matter how good a content piece is, it always stands the risk of falling flat if it is not supported by the right images. Experts say a good picture can make content more intriguing for users. But how well do brands understand this? BuzzInContent.com does a deep dive on the role of images in making content more appealing

By Akanksha Nagar | November 19, 2019
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There are stages and multiple procedures to analyse content before it is being disseminated. The failure of a campaign can be attributed to a lack of understanding between brands and agencies to analyse content in each stage. BuzzInContent talks to brands and agencies to understand how important it is to analyse content, the requisite parameters and who carries out the role

By Akanksha Nagar | July 24, 2019
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At a time when FMCG giants like P&G and Unilever have called out influencers due to lack of credibility and authenticity in their followers, brands are learning the art of selecting right influencers after making trial and errors. What do influencers bring to the table and what are the things to keep in mind while designing content for influencers? BuzzInContent.com analyses

By Akanksha Nagar | March 12, 2019
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Coca-Cola has etched itself in the memory of generations through Coke Studio. Levi's, Nescafe, Nexa among others have created musical concepts to increase their reach. Pepsi went on to the extent of launching a music channel with MTV. BuzzInContent.com explores why brands are obsessed with music properties

By Akanksha Nagar | February 12, 2019
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