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Gender inequality in Social Media

Posted on05. Apr, 2011 by .


Social Media usage is predominantly female. Well almost. Linkedin and You Tube are used fairly evenly by men and women, but Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, et al are more commonly and regularly used by the fairer sex. Yes, you could argue that women are more personable and open communicators than men.  And indeed they probably are.  [...]

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Getty and Flickr and Maddie – oh my!

Posted on03. Dec, 2010 by .


You know what the best way to end the week is? Congratulating someone on a win – and it’s even better when that person is an ex-Daemon Group staff member! Madeleine Stevens (Daemonite from 2004-2008 and regular freelancer since) has taken the top honours in the Getty Images’ Flickr competition for 2010! Here’s the photos [...]

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Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater

Posted on02. Dec, 2009 by .


Agencies tend to like the invention of new. There’s nothing wrong with being innovative. In fact, it’s both commendable and desirable, and, in the majority of instances, needed. What they’re sometimes not very good at doing is acknowledging the value in existing work or work (gasp), that is not their own. So when it is [...]

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