Sanjana Chappalli
Dec 17, 2014

Let’s do social in Southeast Asia. Or maybe not.

It's time for brand marketers to get beyond their desire to "do" social. They can start by reviewing the key social developments in Southeast Asia for 2104.

Sanjana Chappalli

When we walked into 2014, the enthusiasm for social-media marketing was immense. Across boardrooms in Southeast Asia, communication and marketing professionals decided to “do” Facebook. Or Twitter. Or LinkedIn, YouTube or Instagram. The choice of platforms was entirely dependent on age, experience, appetite for change and, to a lesser extent, the brand industry. Before marketing and communication strategies were drawn up, digital marketers and brand managers had sketched social-media marketing into the mix.

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