Richard Jones, CEO at EngageSciences, talks us through the recent changes to Facebook's promotion guidelines. While at first glance it seems that you might have to take an awful lot of sour with the sweet, EngageSciences have a solution...
With Social Media Week London fast approaching, the team at LimeTree have been taking stock on the media platforms and online features which have, imperceptibly, become central to our online experiences.
After much consideration (there are an awful lot of options for us to choose from, after all) we concluded that YouTube, the video sharing website which has become synonymous with online streaming, is a website fully deserving of a closer look.
Unique Digital and Syzygy devised a world-first cross-media art installation as their contribution to the "Duchamp in Herne Bay" festival. An homage to the master of reappropriation, "Human Tide" aimed to extend the influence of Marcel Duchamp into the data-rich 21st century. Whilst not exactly the relaxing visit to the Kentish seaside he'd imagined, Matthew Sykes found much to love about the experience.
Social Media Week London doesn’t so much expect the unexpected as openly encourage it. Operating under the theme of “Open & Connected”, SMWLDN 2013 features a suitably diverse schedule of over 200 events. You could easily lose yourself amongst it all, so we thought we’d better offer a guide.
Any event is an excellent opportunity to showcase your brand or organisation and grow its social media presence.
This weekend I joined one of my clients, @LUAAOfficial and their sister company @UrbanArtsExp, at the Lollibop Festival in Stratford. While I couldn’t claim to share their appreciation of “Rastamouse” (yet...) I did spot three ways that you can harness the power of social media and events.
Chinwag is pleased to announce the triumphant return of the highly successful Careers Day (Fri 27 Sep). Running in conjunction with Social Media Week London 2013, it's an opportunity for job seekers and employers to meet on an even playing field. Get your tickets now.
This year's British Chambers of Commerce International Trade Conference, "Exporting
is Good for Britain: Driving International Growth", will bring together
high growth exporters, SMEs, business leaders and leading policy
makers, and we're giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the event (worth £100 each).