Tag Archives: brands
Posted on12. Mar, 2012 by Lucy Wilton.
Facebook users spend an average of 7.5 hours each month on Facebook – so it’s now more important than ever to ensure you are using the social network effectively. As the 30th March ticks down companies are (or should be) thinking how they are going to make the switch to Facebook timeline. Here are the new features and [...]
Posted on28. Feb, 2012 by Shane Brien.
After exploring the many opportunities of Social Media last year, we kicked off 2012 by examining the dangers and ‘do-nots’ of different social media platforms. Throughout the seminar, we took a look at how some of the world’s largest brands stumbled and fumbled their way in the online space and learnt how you can rise where [...]
Posted on09. Nov, 2011 by Richard Spencer.
This week Google launched Google+ Pages the entry point for brands and businesses. The future of Google+ will be determined by how well brands adopt the platform and at this point the initial reaction is underwhelming. There are a couple of issues that Google will have to address as a priority before most organisations will [...]
Posted on01. Mar, 2011 by Shane Brien.
Just because your company has a profile or two on some of the popular social media networks doesn’t necessarily mean you’re social media push will reward you. The key is to maximize the management of your accounts and below I will outline how to go about this. Different brands have different approaches to managing their [...]
Posted on16. Apr, 2010 by Richard Spencer.
A list of the biggest brands in the world is produced by Business Week each year, a list which has traditionally been dominated by industrial and semi-industrial leviathans. More recently, brands like Google and Intel have moved rapidly up the list as newer sectors become an all pervasive part of every day life. But how [...]