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    Social media, digital campaigns and everything in between

    11th April 2014

    Tweet reporters at 4pm on a Thursday. This is a #legitimatesocialmediaconfession…#or #not. The media landscape has changed drastically over the years. To fully understand how best agencies should harness the power of social media and digital, we should first understand social media platforms beyond the surficial user phase. Having previously worked on a media landscape… see more

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    Making a site viral – How do they do it?

    1st October 2012

    9gag So what exactly makes a site viral and successful? The site has become a major hit overnight, creating its wave of culture among individuals. If you don’t know it, you are probably lagging behind the ‘cool’ wave and have some major catching up to do!. Founded by Ray Chan and four other cofounders… see more

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    Third party platforms: beyond your control..?

    22nd December 2010

    Regardless of whether you thought the hit film The Social Network was sensationalist, inaccurate or plain dull, they did get one thing right: “Okay, let me tell you the difference between Facebook and everybody else – we don’t crash, ever!” says an angry Mark Zuckerberg (the character). “If the servers are down for even a… see more

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    Are there alternatives to Facebook?

    20th December 2010

    Facebook recently hit the 500 million user mark, and it looks set to continue its success next year. But concerns about privacy, Facebook’s ownership and use of user data, and also a need to create more focused communities has led to the creation of what we think are two very strong contenders for the hit… see more

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    Facebook optimisation: on page, in the feed and across the web

    16th December 2010

    There are three key ways you can connect with Facebook users. 1) Customize your Facebook page using FBML to style it according to your brand look and feel. Facebook Mark Up Language is a simple variant of HTML and gives you flexibility and consistency on your page, almost as though it’s a microsite. Making the… see more

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    12 Days of Christmas…12 top trends for 2011

    13th December 2010

    We thought you’d probably have all the French hens, lords a-leaping and flashy agency Christmas cards you need already. So this year, to save you from tears (of boredom), we thought we’d give you something useful to put in your stocking. Twelve genuinely useful and important trends, apps, websites and essential pieces of digital intelligence… see more

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    Bye Bye Old Spice Guy…

    16th July 2010

      This intrepid intern returns from her hibernation with a confession. I spent the last week with someone. We met through a friend after lunch one day.  I apparently had to meet this guy.  It was a torrid affair – I only found out his name today – The Most Interesting Man in the World… see more

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    Did you hear about the PM? #spill

    25th June 2010

    Late Wednesday night, I (like many others) noticed something ‘up’ on my facebook news feed. We all caught on of course, it was nigh on impossible to miss the news that Julia Gillard had challenged Kevin Rudd for the leadership and Kevin had asked for a special caucus the next morning to address the matter…. see more


    Social Networks need to socialise

    10th June 2010

    Social Networks are a well established part of our everyday digital lives. The available flavours of networks range from general purpose mainstream networks like Facebook, MySpace or Twitter over business oriented networks such as LinkedIn or XING up to networks catering for specialist interest group like CouchSurfing. While all of these networks have a slightly… see more

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    Facebook privacy changes: what they mean, and why you should care

    25th May 2010

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has admitted that the company have “made a bunch of mistakes” in the recent privacy changes to the social networking platform. While the developments announced at the f8 conference represent an exciting new phase for web developers and advertisers alike, the ability to “socialise” your experience across the web has some… see more