Claudia Page

    • Is It Time to Standardize Disclosure for Sponsored Content?

      With the increased focus on influencer marketing comes the conversation of disclosure. In recent years, many services, from Twitch to Wikipedia, have had to deal with sponsored posts and the Federal Trade Commission‘s disclosure rules. The current conversation revolves around celebrity endorsement and the need for a simple, universal disclosure.

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  • How Online Video Can Help Brands Battle for Consumer Attention

    … supply of Vans sneakers. This example, in particular, portrays the unprecedented opportunities (and innate challenges) that the online video landscape presents to today’s marketers. This article will illustrate how online video has evolved and what marketers can do to make the most out of creator partnerships in an increasingly democratized media…

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  • Pinterest Is Prominent in Back-to-School Shopping (Study)

    … president of platform and creator partnerships Claudia Page said in a release announcing the results of the company’s study: Back-to-school shopping is one of the most time-honored traditions for American families, and the process is increasingly starting in the places where U.S. consumers are spending their media time: with social media content…

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  • With His Disclosure Fail, Scott Disick Finally (Accidentally) Did Something Right

    … a public figure who gained a mass following due to his role on a popular television show. For most social media creators, however, the best course of action is to provide guardrails while still allowing room for editorial freedom. This allows the creator to develop content that is authentic and more in line with the non-sponsored material his or her audience is accustomed to seeing. Claudia Page is the vice president of platform growth and creator partnerships at “people-powered marketing platform” Crowdtap. …

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  • Snapchat Wins Olympic Gold Among Younger Millennials (Study)

    … as females to watch on computers, tablets and smartphones. Gymnastics was the most popular event, at 78 percent, followed by swimming (68 percent) and diving (54 percent). Crowdtap vice president of platform growth and creator partnerships Claudia Page said in a release introducing the study: The evolution of media consumption habits has had…

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