Tag Archives: You Tube
Posted on16. Feb, 2012 by Lucy Wilton.
Socialbakers have recently released new statistics on the top ten Facebook pages in Australia. Quiksilver tops the ‘top 10 brands by number of fans’, followed closely by Bubble O’Bill Ice Creams, UGG Australia and Coca-Cola Australia and rounding out the top five is BONDS. Engagement is a different story though – the companies topping the [...]
Posted on05. Apr, 2011 by Richard Spencer.
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. [...]
Posted on09. Sep, 2010 by Richard Spencer.
According to the recent Jobvite Social Recruiting survey, over 73% of companies are using social media channels to support and/or augment their recruitment activity. Excluding the corporate blog, the top social media applications used by recruiters were: Linkedin 78.3% Facebook 54.6% Twitter 44.8% You Tube 13.7% MySpace 5.4% Jobvite’s survey draws from [...]
Posted on16. Jul, 2010 by Lachlan Hibbert-Wells.
The last couple of days have been all about those Old Spice response videos. It’s being hailed as one of the most popular viral campaigns and it certainly seemed to spread at an astonishing rate across the online channels. The campaign, which stars The Most Interesting Man in the World 2.0 Isaiah Mustafa, launched back [...]
Posted on07. Jul, 2010 by nat cagilaba.
There are many ways to target passive candidates, but if you activate the power of your employer brand, you can become a magnet for the best talent. Knowing the drivers of your target audience is key. Fulfilling their information needs and giving them an opportunity to gain a greater experience of your organisation will give [...]
Posted on22. Jun, 2010 by Richard Spencer.
Earlier this year, for the first time, You Tube carried a sports event live around the world. Around 50 million people tuned in/logged on to live coverage of the Indian Premier League (IPL) with You Tube carrying all 60 games live. Sure, ESPN has carried live games on its website for a while as do [...]
Posted on02. Dec, 2009 by daemongroup.
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 [...]