BuzzFeed aims to replicate the success it had with US brands by producing a video for Costa Coffee that asks, "what makes British people happy?"
Sony and KitKat mark the release of Spectre, the latest 007 film.
Brands mark day one of the Rugby World Cup 2015 and Lawrence Dallaglio talks about the power of the sport.
Jonathan Davies, BuzzFeed's director of brand partnerships, Europe, has revealed the media company's top tips for content creation and themes, as well as the best methods for distribution on social.
Tariq Slim, head of telco and tech at Twitter UK, took to the stage at Social Media Week London to discuss how mobile is transforming communication, content and consumption, and explain how brands can harness the increasing power of mobile devices when publishing content via social.
Karin Robinson, head of social insight at OgilvyOne, has kicked off Social Media Week London with her talk, Lies, Damned Lies and Social Statistics: why raw data can tell the wrong story, and why that matters.
Brands mark #DeadlineDay on social and it even gets its own emoji.
The ASA reveals new vlogger guidance while Felix launches a YouTube cat channel.
Social media jargon broken down for digital marketers in our latest industry glossary.
The drink brand celebrated its customers' culture with a fashion showcase at Blackall Studios in Shoreditch, east London.
Like a Girl returns and Helen Mirren's face hasn't been altered.
Heineken reveals plans for star-studded TV campaign and fan experiences.
Wimbledon, the globally-renowned tennis competition, serves up its first game today, and to celebrate, Brand Republic takes a look at some of the tournament's more recent brand sponsors and campaigns.
In the run up to Father's Day (21 June), take a look back at how some brands have reached out to dads and their families over the years, including virtual shops, emotional videos and risqué gift ideas.
The fashion and beauty sectors are in rude health, but the need to stay ahead of the game calls for forward-thinking experiential strategies.
Lingerie brand Jane Pain isn't the only company to use optical illusions in their ads. We found more campaigns which have used visual trickery to catch consumers' eyes.
Jane Pain's ad trickery, JCDecaux's digital bus shelters and Alpro's squirrel ad outtakes.
Global internet usage is on the rise and a third of our day is dedicated to consuming media.
Updates on Google I/O, Instagram's carousel ads and hashtag is named kids' word of the year.
Visa leads sponsors in blasting organisation over corruption investigations.