Hello! As the season starts to change and another week begins, kick back and start your Monday with your weekly dose of digital breakfast.
Two of our Account Executives, Fotini and Rebecca, recently attended a briefing with the Editor of self-proclaimed ‘infamous free sheet’, City A.M. It was worth the rush-hour tube ride on what was one of the hottest September days of all time – the briefing was hugely insightful, and definitely provided the pair with some valuable insider knowledge.
As an associate at Remarkable and the head of digital and social media I often get called upon to pontificate a little about the wonders and wherefores of content and digital marketing. Never having been accused of being a reserved kind of fellow I am frequently saying yes.
With the weekend in sight, let's catch up with all that's been happening this week on the web.
If you look up ‘social media’ on the very trusty Wikipedia, it reliably (*cough) informs us that it is “computer-mediated technologies that allow individuals, companies, NGOs, governments, and other organisations to view, create and share information, ideas, and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks.”
Big brands don't tend to hold back when it comes to marketing their product. It's a chance for them to really show of their creative and innovative skills. So, it's only fitting that we give them credit where credit is due.
Good morning and welcome back to this week’s digital breakfast! Start the week off with all things social, digital & technological.
After a long and incredibly hot week (heatwave in September #goBritishsummer!) lets unwind and cool off with all the latest from this weeks, week on the web.
With one of the first sessions of the week, we kicked off Social Media Week with an early session held at the IAB.
Public consultation hasn’t done much in terms of evolution since its introduction. The traditional methods do still work, to an extent, so why fix what isn’t broken? The answer to this is that while yes, the traditional methods do still deliver results for developers especially in terms of checking a box that confirms a public consultation has been run, it could be more effective and deliver better results for all involved.