You know the saying: ‘Great minds think alike’. We can extend this to ‘Sometimes great teammates act alike in the Inbox module’ – and this might lead to some bumps. And by bumps, we mean that in the past it has happened for two or more team members to type and post response simultaneously on […]
On June 1st Instagram implemented a new platform policy for all 3rd party developers who use Instagram content in their tools and services. This includes us, Fanbooster. So what are the Instagram changes? Instagram wants more control over how other apps and services use their platform. Naturally, they want to ensure their ecosystem has high quality […]
We’re at Content Marketing Performance conference in Oslo today, hearing great speakers such as Kristjan Mar Hauksson from SMFB Engine and Nina Hariede Larsen from DNB.
The main takeaway from this day is that content marketing is something you can’t ignore – but you have to choose how you want to work with it.
When starting to promote your […]
Ullevaal Stadion is the Norwegian National Arena for football. They wanted to engage and encourage the away supporters to buy tickets for the friendly international game Norway-Sweden on June 8th 2015 – to make an extra welcoming atmosphere for the Swedish National Team.
Ullevaal Arena – The national football arena in Norway. Subsidiary sales company […]
Facebook has grown immensely as a platform and is now in 2nd place among the sites with the most traffic on the web. Just below, comes YouTube – the social video sharing platform.
Facebook is pushing on to be the leading provider of video this year, and advertisers have reported seeing an increase in reach when […]
A new year is coming up fast, and it’s safe to say that big changes has happened in 2014 within the digital marketing industry. You should get prepared for even bigger changes in the years to come. We at Fanbooster spend a lot of time looking at trends, trying to see the bigger picture. Here […]
I had a talk with the winners of Gulltaggen’s student award, some really cool students from Berghs, where they share their thoughts on the future of marketing.
Contact them here: Andreas Carlfors, Mikael Horneus, Sofia Olsson, David Svedenstrom and Sara Gardegard.
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