Month: August 2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Making Social Video Work For Your Brand

Video is captivating, easily consumed and can be more informative than even the most-well-informed blog post. Its sharability and potential viral nature draws marketers in from every verticle imaginable. Social video was a hot topic and key theme…

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TMO Digital Roundup: #InspiringTMO August

We’re back again for the second installment of our new monthly feature, #InspiringTMO, looking back on what got us talking in the world of digital, social media and design throughout August. In the office we’re always coming across…

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12 Business Lessons to Be Learnt from eBay

In a recent article, Lucy Kellaway, Associate Editor and management columnist of the Financial Times, shared her top 12 lessons she gleaned from auction site eBay. The tips she gives apply mostly to making the most of your…

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Import your Google+ videos into your YouTube channel

Good news for avid users of Google+, as it will allow YouTube users the ability to import videos from their account on the social media channel. In a move to help make it easier for users to back…

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Boost clicks through the power of copywriting

Content is a continuous entity in the online world, with streams and streams of it being posted and distributed on the internet through various means in a never-ending cycle. With social media channels being one of the main…

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Crisis Management: An Advantage to Your Brand

The past decade witnessed a social movement for healthy, high quality and transparent food & beverage products, as increasing numbers of consumers have started looking for new ways of getting and staying healthy. Nowadays, we exercise more, eat healthier…

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How Are Scholars Using Social Media?

We’re all aware of the impact that social media has had for both personal interaction and business interaction, but to what extent has it had an impact on scientific interaction? According to the latest survey from Nature, the…

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Expressive Acronyms Come Top on Twitter

Recent research from We Are Social explored the use of global English language on Twitter over a three month period and identified 50 of the most common abbreviations; a reflection of our culture, etiquette and colloquialisms on the…

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Post Office introduces digital concept store

Inspired by the likes of Apple and Argos, the Post Office has opened its design lab housing a concept store complete with digital screens, iPads and free WiFi, showing the brand is keen to offer convenience and keep…

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Directr Joins Google's YouTube Video Ads Team

In a move to further support small businesses, YouTube have announced they have acquired the mobile video-making app Directr. Directr announced on their blog that they “are incredibly excited to take the next step on that journey” as…

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