Monthly Archives: October 2009

Outspoken? Occasionally. But we prefer positively disruptive. We want to work with likeminded organisations and people.

Ruder Finn Digital workshop – Engaging your communities through social media, and evaluating success

A social media platform couldn’t be a more appropriate tool for organisations who seek to engage a community of supporters. Most tools are free, and give you the ability to.

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Looking for journalists on Twitter?

Well the lovely Stephen Davies over at 3WPR has kindly updated his list of journalists using Twitter post. Stephen did the same list a year ago and it was a.

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Resilient brands: Tongrentang

I remember hearing how few companies | brands listed on the Dow Jones over the past 50 years are still in there, so I was surprised to find out Tongrentang.

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Where are all the good online ads?

eBay Advertising yesterday launched some research about European online shopping habits and people’s receptiveness to online advertising and this truly got me thinking. Not about the research per se –.

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One charger fits all

‘Has anyone got a Nokia charger?’ ‘Has anyone got a Sony Ericsson charger?’ There is nothing more annoying than trying to find a charger when your phone is on its.

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The Living Proof Project – reframing the current global health conversation?

Tomorrow Bill and Melinda Gates will present their Living Proof Project in Washington D.C.  This is a new, multimedia initiative which shows the ‘living proof’ that US-funded global health funding.

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The end of the affair?!

Yesterday’s newspapers were full of the news that Hollywood film studios have banned their stars from using Twitter *gasp*. While some papers and comments suggested that the ban encompasses any.

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Google Wave

The office that I work in has been abuzz about Google Wave and Becky has been gently badgering me to air my thoughts on it. I have been reluctant to.

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Jargon Watch: HIPPO Syndrome

I was attending the Echo Research 20th anniversary thought leadership seminar when I heard Rita Clifton of Interbrand mention the HIPPO Syndrome. Clifton mentioned meeting people from Google who apparently.

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Guardian hires beatbloggers for local news service

The Guardian has today announced plans to launch a local news service called Guardian Local, in the cities of Edinburgh, Cardiff and Leeds. This ‘experimental’ project will mean hiring so-called.

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