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📺 TV to Social Media Revolution | Old TV Media vs Influencers | More ads on Instagram | Screenwriting vs Content Creation ✍️

Influencer Insights Newsletter #10

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Hey there, awesome people! We hope you had a fantastic week! We've got some exciting things to share in this edition of our newsletter, but first, we just want to take a moment to say how grateful we are to have you all on board. Your support means the world to us, and we're thrilled to dive into today's topic together.

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What’s this newsletter all about?

  • More ads on Insta? Is this good? Is social media becoming the new TV? 📰 

  • Have you heard of screenwriting? We kept telling you about content creation. Now, we compare content creation with screenwriting. Check it out!🤝

  • Check out Strawberryavocado, a cool brand that joined us last week. 🍑

  • Meet Tabitha, one of the top influencers on Social Cat 🔝

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📺 From TV to Social media

People are rapidly switching from traditional television to social media platforms for their pleasure and information requirements as the digital age progresses. As a result of this development, marketers have begun to take advantage of the potential reach and engagement that social media platforms offer.

Social media advertisements are now as common and omnipresent as TV ads previously were because of the use of sophisticated targeting strategies and data-driven consumer insights.

With their devoted and active fan bases, social media influencers have emerged as a crucial part of this new advertising ecosystem. They frequently work with brands to develop genuine and relatable promotional campaigns.

We now consume and interact with material differently, and the dynamics of the advertising industry have been permanently changed by this symbiotic interaction between social media platforms, advertisers, and consumers.

Old TV media agencies vs. today's influencers:

  1. Scope and Focus:

    Vintage TV media companies mostly handled media buying, content creation, and television advertising. To reach a large audience, they concentrated on producing and distributing adverts and content. On the other hand, today's influencers prioritize developing their personal brands and interacting with their fans on social media.

  2. Target Audience:

    While influencers target particular demographics and niches on social media platforms, marketing efforts can be more precisely targeted by influencers than by TV media firms, which sought to reach broader audiences through broadcast television.

  3. Content Creation:

    Conventional TV media companies created material in partnership with production companies, frequently utilizing huge teams and sizable budgets. Nonetheless, influencers frequently work alone or in smaller teams to produce and edit their material, employing more economical and flexible techniques.

  4. Engagement:

    With few opportunities for audience interaction, TV media companies relied on passive viewers. On the other hand, influencers encourage open lines of communication and interaction with their followers, creating communities around their personal brands and content.

  5. Advertising Models:

    To make money, TV media organizations used conventional advertising strategies, including product placement and ads. Influencers use a variety of monetization strategies to increase their income streams, including sponsored content, affiliate marketing, and goods sales.

  6. Metrics and Analytics:

    Traditional measurements used by TV media companies to measure success, like as reach and ratings, only offered a limited window into viewer involvement. Social media metrics, such as likes, comments, shares, and follower growth, are used by influencers because they provide more in-depth information on audience behavior and preferences. Here you can check out how TV audience is measured.

  7. Flexibility and Adaptability:

    Older TV media companies frequently followed strict structures and procedures, which made them slower to change with the times. In general, influencers are more adaptable, quickly changing their content strategy and methods in reaction to changes in audience.

    Read this article on the differences between media and influencers.

📱Screenwriting and Social media

What is screenwriting?

The practice of developing storylines for visual storytelling platforms like movies, television programs, online series, and video games is known as screenwriting.

The plot, characters, dialogue, and scene descriptions that are finally brought to life by the production team of directors, actors, and other creatives are all created by screenwriters. The blueprint for the story's visual and aural components is found in a script, the written product of screenwriting.Scene headings, action lines, character names, and dialogue are common components of the format used in screenplays.

This style is intended to promote industry standardization while making it simple for directors, producers, and other production team members to comprehend and follow the story. A compelling narrative is also frequently maintained in scripts by adhering to specific storytelling frameworks, such as the three-act structure.

If you have a passion for storytelling and knowledge of the visual language, being a screenwriter may be both tough and rewarding. Many screenwriters create original scripts on their own or in teams, while others may be contracted to turn existing works, like plays or novels, into screenplays.

There is a small difference between scripting and screenwriting, but there are almost the same thing. Check the video below as it bring some valuable information.

And now, let’s compare screenwriting with social media content

  • Both screenwriting and social networking call for adherence to particular formats and conventions. The structure of a screenplay is distinct, with scene titles, action lines, and dialogue. In contrast, social media platforms have their own set of guidelines, such as character limits, image size restrictions, and video duration restrictions.

  • Both types of writing rely on the skill of storytelling. In contrast to social media content makers, who utilize storytelling to engage their audience, communicate their brand's values, and arouse emotions, screenwriters create stories that are fascinating, have intriguing plots, and have well-developed characters.

  • Planning and outlining: While social media content producers make content plans to guarantee constant posting schedules and maintain a coherent messaging strategy, screenwriters prepare thorough outlines to sketch out their story structure and pacing.

  • Character development and brand persona: When writing for the big screen, it's essential to generate real, relatable characters. Similarly to this, social media content producers need a consistent brand identity to interact with their audience.

  • Screenwriting requires both compelling language and copy in order to create believable characters and advance the plot.

  • Both screenwriting and the development of social media material require revision and editing to polish the work and ensure clarity, appropriate pacing, and consistent messaging. In both areas, this procedure keeps things looking polished and professional.

  • Screenwriters can benefit from getting feedback from peers, coworkers, or friends, and social media content makers can as well. This criticism enables them to recognize their areas of weakness and hone their particular trades.

  • Several drafts are frequently needed in screenwriting to fine-tune the plot, characters, and pacing. Similar to this, those who create material for social media platforms must constantly assess their results and modify their strategy in light of statistics, trends, and audience preferences.

  • Maintaining knowledge: Both screenwriters and social media content producers need to maintain knowledge of their respective fields, including the most recent trends, industry standards, and any modifications to platforms or algorithms that might have an impact on their work.

Here you can find a set of tools that can help you with some of this.

What about the future?! Check out the video below on how AI can improve your content.

🔥 New brand on Social Cat

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🔥 Influencer shoutout

Meet Tabitha, the delightful influencer behind @little_cute1_az and host of the 'Little Bit of Life' podcast. Journey with her from Arizona to Texas as she shares glimpses of her daily life with her partner, heartwarming moments with her French Bulldog, and engaging podcast episodes. Follow for a blend of love, laughter, and uplifting experiences!

This is it for today. See ya next time. Cheers!

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