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Brand Bowl 2011: Social Rankings in Real Time

26. January 2011

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If you missed it last year, make sure you don’t this year! Mullen & Radian6 are teaming up again to create Brand Bowl 2011, a real time social tracking app to score the biggest ad campaigns during the 2011 Super Bowl. It’s on Feb 6, and all you have to do is tweet… It works [...]

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Top 10 YouTube Videos Of 2010

28. December 2010

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This is YouTube Rewind 2010, the page where an entire year in video is reviewed by YouTube through an interactive timeline showcasing all the big YouTube moments of 2010. But before you jump over there to check it out, I’ve listed the Top 10 YouTube Videos of 2010 below. Starting with a seriously weird song [...]

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Slideshare: Most Contagious 2010 Pres

13. December 2010

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Well it’s here again. Most Contagious 2010 is out and you can check out the slideshare presentation here. It’s been a huge year for creative, even more so for digital, and you’ll probably notice a direct correlation between a lot of what I’ve been posting here on digital buzz, and what made the Most Contagious [...]

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Etsy Gift Ideas for Facebook Friends

9. December 2010

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Popular home made products ecommerce website Etsy has launched a new gift suggestion tool for the upcoming holiday shopping season. You may have seen this already, it’s an app that let’s you to find gifts for your Facebook friends, based on what they like on Facebook. It’s a smart, well executed idea and a good [...]

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Wave Report 2010: The Socialisation Of Brands

31. October 2010

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Universal McCann has has released their 5th Social WAVE report with almost 40,000 respondents globally. The report focus on how the growth in social media is opening avenues never seen before by brands, and show insights on how brands can look to use social to it’s maximum potential. Contagious Magazine pulled out a few of the key points, but [...]

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The 8095 Exchange Report

20. October 2010

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An insightful research from Edelman and StrategyOne about The Millennials, Their Actions Surrounding Brands, and the Dynamics of Reverberation. The research conducted by StrategyOne between February 24 – March 8, 2010. Surveyed 3,100 respondent 8095ers (those born between1980 – 1995) in eight countries: Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United [...]

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Google Creative Labs: The Creative Internet

14. October 2010

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Here is an interesting presentation from Google Creative Labs. They collected the most recent inspirational ideas and web projects in this document (119 pages). It gathers a lot of different topics (advertising, history, politics, sport, art.. ) under one main roof; creativity. You can view fullscreen here.

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Facebook Places Explained (video)

24. August 2010

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So everyone who reads Digital Buzz would have heard about Facebook Places by now, but really, unless you’re in the US, you’ve not had an opportunity to experience exactly what Facebook Places is. So here is the demo video from the official Facebook YouTube Channel. Facebook Places to me, will ultimately kill off Gowalla & Foursquare over [...]

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Infographic: The App Store Economy

15. March 2010

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With the launch of the iPad next month, I thought it would be interesting to post this infographic for comparison in a years time to see what impact the iPad has on the app store economy, and like everyone else, I’m predicting it to be massive! There are some great numbers in here and it’s [...]

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What People Are Really Buying Online

8. March 2010

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This beautifully designed infographic from Permuto visualises some of the latest shopper data from the US Census Bureau. What’s interesting to see, is that eCommerce (including phone & catalogue sales) is starting to “out sell” many of the traditional bricks and mortar categories in the US. There is some debate as to the exact numbers being used in [...]

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