Tag Archives: Marketing
Posted on27. Aug, 2012 by Richard Spencer.
Social Media has fundamentally changed the manner in which we consume and share media and one of the biggest shifts is towards the consumption of video online. Internet video now accounts for 40% of consumer internet traffic and is predicted to rise to 62% by 2015 (Source; Reproductions). YouTube now serves 4 billion global online [...]
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 on26. Oct, 2010 by Lucie May.
We’re back with a new team member for you to meet! Daemon Jam have recently acquired a real life Lexi Space Ninja with the arrival of Lucie May. She came highly recommended by Daemon’s super creative Kylie McIntyre (which was our first concern). Luckily Lucie has fit right into the Daemon family and adds to the [...]
Posted on19. May, 2010 by Richard Spencer.
The following is an excerpt from ‘Blown to Bits’ a cautionary tale against complacency if ever there was one: In 1768, three Scots began publishing the earliest and most famous encyclopedia in the English speaking world. They called it Encyclopedia Britannica. In 1920, Sears, Roebuck and Company acquired Britannica and moved its headquarters to Chicago. [...]
Posted on10. May, 2010 by Lachlan Hibbert-Wells.
Over the last few months, I’ve met with a bunch of marketers all looking at how they can approach social media, it’s been an exciting time! Many have asked the question on community management, and how important is it? I refer you to a blog by my colleague Mandi Bateson, where she summarised the Qantas [...]
Posted on27. Apr, 2010 by Lachlan Hibbert-Wells.
Just google “social media rules” and you get 34,500,000 results. A lot has been said and discussed about the rules of new media. At the end of the day our purpose hasn’t changed. We remain marketers and now we have a maturing channel, a maturing opportunity to harness the conversations that are occurring every second [...]
Posted on22. Oct, 2009 by daemongroup.
…and here are two great examples. Firstly the Ogori Café in Chiba, Japan, where instead of getting your order, you receive the order of the person in front of you instead. A really simple and fun idea that allows you to surprise and treat the next person in line. Love this, such a good idea [...]