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Case study: Bisque x Mad About The House

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  As well as being PR pros, we’re also dab hands at managing social media and influencer relations. In fact, we handle the social media accounts for several of our clients. This arm of the business began when Bisque Radiators … Continue reading

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Social. Media. Social Media. Schmedia

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The lines are becoming very blurred between customers and businesses through the medium of social media. Many companies do not yet know how to treat their social media pages and what their social media strategy is. Recent happenings have highlighted … Continue reading

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Social Media Trends for 2014

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2013 saw social media brought to the forefront of marketing. Many new social media platforms were introduced and existing sites such as Instagram and Twitter became more popular with marketers. Media platforms are a great way of improving brand awareness … Continue reading

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Over Facebook? Try These…Vic’s Latest Feature for Look Magazine

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Verbal Twitterorea – Be Careful What You Tweet For

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It is always wise to be careful about what you write on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Following on from the news that two professional English Cricketers were fined heavily after tweeting their views on the selections … Continue reading

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Everyone’s a social media expert – but not everyone is a social media practitioner

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There was a time, not that long ago, when a lot of people were very sniffy about social media. Some mainstream media companies would patronise people who created blogs and videos, and brands wouldn’t touch social networking sites or forums … Continue reading

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Embrace life – Always wear a seatbelt

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We were tipped off about this ad via Twitter and the witty blogger Brandmentalist. It was put together by Sarah Alexander/Daniel Cox for the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership and is a highly emotonally charged video free from the blood and gore … Continue reading

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Tune in. And don’t tune out.

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Social Media: Why continuous conversation is imperative and not just ‘campaigns’. I’ll bet you know someone who only ever gets in touch when they want something. You know: the friend who only calls when they need a favour, or the … Continue reading

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He who lives by the tweet…

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You’d think that, by now, people would have learned to use Twitter with a degree of care. From the (sacked) Labour candidate who announced that he was ‘sober for the first time in four days’ to the US politician who put … Continue reading

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