Everlane, the 5-year-old direct-to-consumer apparel start up, is bent on making its presence on social media as personal as possible.
The San Francisco-based retail company, founded by Michael Preysman in 2011, posed a question to its 160,000 Facebook followers on Thursday, October 20. “We’re thinking about starting a Facebook group. Need your help first though,” the post read.
To read the rest of this story, please visit Glossy.
More in Marketing
Digiday+ Research assesses how brands and influencers are using Shorts to reach new audiences and what types of Shorts videos create the most buzz for marketers.
Yesterday, Snapchat marked its return to in-person agency roadshows, sending company representatives to Horizon Media’s Manhattan office to showcase a Snap-designed video game intended to capture the essence of what it’s like to work at an agency — and how Snapchat can be part of the process.
Babylist, TodayTix Group and Liquid Death grow their in-house teams as they try to save money, have more control
As in-housing settles in as a mainstay, some marketers push for complete control.