We Are Social News, Articles & Analysis

Read the latest We Are Social News, Articles & Analysis at Campaignlive UK

Articles: 95 Results
Collage of Marty Davies, Daniel Fisher, Ellie Farrer, Jon Mew, Jim Coleman, Hannah Campbell, David Wilding and Shayla Crane

What more do social media companies need to do to protect younger users?

Campaign asks adland what needs to happen in order to keep young people safe online.

Image taken from Year Ahead: Technology logo

The Year Ahead 2024: Technology

Four tech experts predict what 2024 will bring when it comes to AI, the metaverse, gaming and social media.

Pictured: Will Scougal and Jim Coleman

Former Snap exec Will Scougal heads We Are Social AR agency

The agency, called Make My Day, will focus on producing AR campaigns at scale for global brands.

Imogen Stanley standing with Iain Stirling holding potatoes

McCain targets Gen Z in campaign with Love Island's Iain Stirling

The TV ad was created by Adam & Eve/DDB.

The Lionesses react during the penalty shoot out in the Women's Finalissima between England and Brazil at Wembley Stadium in April

The Women’s World Cup: social to the rescue?

With the Women's World Cup taking place in Australia and New Zealand, the UK will be unable to gather in

A tennis player in a wheelchair on his way to play at Wimbledon

Vodafone serves up Wimbledon ads fronted by Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid

Emma Raducanu will support with social media activity as part of the #FeelTheConnection campaign.

A teddy bear being interviewed by wearing a Lidl Christmas jumper

Lidl appoints new retained agency

Incumbent We Are Social did not repitch for the business.

Photo of Rachel Rakowski, global head of gaming at We Are Social

We Are Social appoints global head of gaming division

Rachel Rakowski joins the agency from Logitech G.

Headshot of Alex Underwood, global head of agency partnerships at Reddit

The ‘anti-influencer influencer’: why more advertisers are signing up to Reddit

Alex Underwood, Reddit’s global head of agency development, discusses the unique perks of Reddit culture, the future of its agency

We Are Social's Jim Coleman

AI, AR and Moon-bound women battle it out at SXSW

Technophobes often decry that AI will take over: the machines will overthrow their fleshy overlords. While this hasn't happened (yet),