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Facebook gets hashtags. What took you so long, Zuckerberg?

Much like the smartphone refusenik who spends years telling everybody they’re perfectly happy with their Nokia 6700 before finally rocking up with a brand new iPhone 5, Facebook have finally.

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How brands are forced to adapt to Facebook’s advertising changes

As from the end of this month, all adverts on Facebook will be social, which rather begs the question of what is an advert on a social network if not.

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Facebook advertising: a little less conversation, a little more action…

The mighty blue whale of social announced the provision of greater analytics for social ad campaigns this week.  The changes are to the analytics that marketers can see when measuring.

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Campaign ads – the best and the worst. Part one – advocacy ads

In response to the Robin Hood Tax ad, which is one of the best campaigning ads I have seen for a while, I thought I would post some historically very.

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And so the debate goes on….

Stories about TV advertising vs. online advertising always seem to catch my eye – as previous posts such as Its a generation thing and They call me mellow yellow will.

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It’s a generation thing

A interesting post appeared on the BBC dot.life blog yesterday afternoon outlining the results of a recent panel discussion held by the Centre for The Study of Financial Innovation. This.

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Ever get the feeling you have been cheated?

Much of my PR experience has been in business technology so the opportunity to use a celebrity to endorse a product/service has been thin on the ground. However, I am.

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