Reading this reminds me of looking at Maurits Escher’s impossible constructions. When social media takes over your life you can literally go around in circles. Take this example from The Drum. Here’s the link: http://bitly.com/16rFbnh oh by the way… pay attention to the warning. DO NOT POST on PINTEREST!
According to a January 2014 poll by eMarketer, social media really can affect purchasing decisions. This is particularly true of millennials (18-34 year olds) with 68% of this group surveyed stating that they were influenced to buy products at least somewhat by their friends’ posts. The same was true of 53% of 35-44 year olds. […]
Welcome to this week’s round up of social media news and ideas to help and inspire you with your social media strategy. Digital Fluency; the new language of the under 8s A survey suggests that parents of young children now regard that learning computer skills are just as vital for their children as the traditional […]
We are big fans of Pinterest at RBC so we’re not surprised to see the latest survey by GWI reports that “one of biggest winners across the 32 markets surveyed by GWI has been Pinterest, with the content-sharing site recording a 150% increase in global member numbers between Q1 and Q4 2013. An estimated 242.5 […]
The Spring term starts for many schools with the Entrance Examination – a crucial date when school marketeers get their first hard evidence of the number of potential candidates for next September. However, once children have sat the exam, have you thought about keeping that vital line of communication open for the next few months […]
When household names such as Marks and Spencer start investing a large percentage of their ultra important Christmas advertising budget in social media, you know that social has finally come of age: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/dec/11/a-social-media-christmas-for-marks-spencer. Meanwhile our brand-to-watch, John Lewis, created their own hashtag on Twitter for the launch of their Christmas advert Bear and the Hare. […]