Five Gen Z-approved tips to create awesome content with the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G

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As a generation that grew up with technology, members of Gen Z have naturally developed a knack for content creation, with many going on to achieve massive fame on various social media platforms. They’ve shared aesthetic photos on Instagram, showcased their lives on YouTube, and flaunted their wacky side on TikTok. Many have found viral success through dance challenges, comedic skits, or mini-vlogs, proving just how creative and talented this generation is when it comes to content creation. While Gen Z seems to have an innate eye and love for content creation, it is still a competitive game to level up on social media. To keep up, here are a few tips that can easily be done using a reliable smartphone packed with features that are sure to help everyone create more awesome content. Seize the light. Content creation usually starts with finding ideal topics and visuals that most Gen Zs can relate to. Whatever topic you decide to go w

Mobile Messaging: A Game Changer

Mobile Messaging has been a trend for the past 10 years now. Almost everyone uses it day in day out, from an ordinary student to the high ranking officials/business men.
Our smartphones enable constant and instant communication with our family, friends, and work colleagues. However, the built-in options out of the box aren’t always the best. New messaging apps have appeared to provide rich services offering all kinds of interactions with others, from free text messaging, to voice and video calling, to photo and file sharing with the added benefit of encryption.


Mobile Messaging platforms have completely changed the way people consume mobile messaging, and with it, the kind of relationship they have with personal technology like their smartphones. But it’s also changed companies’ marketing habits.

Different mediums require different types of messages – email marketing calls for one style, in-app notifications another, and so on. Now that enterprises are catching on to the growth of messaging apps, they are using them as a marketing tool, and in doing so they’re replicating the P2P model of communication. Nowadays it’s not unusual to have messages from brands among messages from your friends and family.

This is a major shift not only in how brands communicate with consumers, but – crucially – how consumers communicate with brands. The beauty of messaging is that it’s two-way – while brands may still send some ‘Do not reply’ messages, usually customers can reply to ask questions, clarify details, change booking arrangements, and so on. Consumers now expect this – they want to engage with brands in a very different way. They’ve been kept on hold one too many times and prefer the ease and convenience of messaging instead. As a way of communicating, it’s native to how people use messaging for their own ends – they can talk to a brand just how they talk to their friends, family or colleagues. It’s a shift to what in America they call the direct to consumer (D2C) model. Effectively everything from prospection to sales to confirmation to delivery to post-sales is all done through messaging.

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