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SlideShare: What the F**k is Social Media NOW?

30. August 2010

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For the last three years, Marta Kagan, has updated her famous SlideShare presentation called “What the F**K is Social Media” and for 2010, the presentation has been updated with some more amazing stats and growth comparisons to 2009. Marta has also collected some of the best quotes on social media, from a few of the [...]

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Presentation: Protocol Buffers at Twitter

24. February 2010

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Kevin Weil the Analytics Lead at Twitter released a new presentation about how they are store and analyze of it’s 100 Billion tweets. The presentation is generally focused on different technical conditions but there are also some useful business requirements related to analysis and the storage of massive data as well.

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Coca-Cola: ‘Fans First’ Approach in Social Communities

16. February 2010

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Yesterday, when I was googling about big brands on social media, I found “Coca-Cola: ‘Fans First’ Approach in Social Communities” presentation by Michael Donnelly. He is the group director of worldwide interactive marketing for Coca-Cola and created this insightful presentation for the iStrategy2010 conference.

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The Economist: A World of Connections

2. February 2010

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The Economist has released a special report on social networking last week. You can find a lot of important insights and statistics like, how social networks are changing the way people communicate, privacy in social media: Privacy 2.0, the future of social media towards a socialised state, recruitment in a social world and much more. [...]

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Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report 2009

30. November 2009

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This presentation contains the FEED highlights from the Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report 2009 edition, it’s also the presentation Garrick Schmitt is giving in his Webinars. FEED is Razorfish?s annual study charting how technology is changing the way consumers engage with brands and is a MUST read for every single marketer! So what did they find [...]

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WPP Releases 2009 TGI Product Book Report

15. November 2009

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TGI is one of the worlds leading market research companies and every year they release the TGI Product Book Report as it’s known. This report is a high level look at 52 major product categories from 63 countries with data compiled from over 700,000 survey respondents. The report is about 60 pages long and looks at [...]

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UK Email Marketing Benchmark Report 2009

30. August 2009

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Sign-up.To have released the UK’s first ever report into email marketing for small to medium businesses. Reporting from over 200,000,000 emails sent over the last 12 months the study shows which types of business are getting the best open rates, creating the most effective campaigns, have the highest subscriber loyalty and more. It’s not a [...]

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Email Marketing Benchmark Report 2009

18. March 2009

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Returnity has just released it’s Email Marketing Benchmark Report for 2009, the report provides insight, advice and benchmarking statistics regarding email marketing in Australia, for agencies & marketing managers. The Email Marketing Report for 2009 has been based on data  from nearly 100 million emails, 12,000 campaigns, 450 clients and 18 industry segments… So you [...]

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Razorfish: Digital Outlook Report 2009

11. March 2009

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It’s here again, Razorfish has released Digital Outlook Report 09; their 5th annual report reveals the key digital trends, strategies and what to look out for throughout 2009. It’s an inspiring read, below are just a few key items from the report: ? Razorfish CEO Clark Kokich on ?From Breaking Campaigns to Building Client Businesses??? ? Shiv Singh on ?Trends In Social Influence Marketing??? [...]

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Is it just me or has Twitter just taken off?

9. March 2009

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While I’m intoxicated with Twitter stats at the moment I thought I’d post a very cool chart that is the visual proof of what you’ve probably been thinking to your self lately… Is Twitter is going nuts?! Now of-course, it’s been big for the last six to nine months, but just in the last 2 weeks (in Aus particularly) [...]

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Fastest Growing Facebook Apps

19. February 2009

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There are hundreds of new facebook apps being launched every month, and sometimes you just never know whats fresh vs whats performing, so App Data provides facebook app metric data in real time so you can track whats hot and whats not! So in Feb 2009, here are the fastest growing facebook apps by percentage growth: [...]

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Twitter Visualisation Of Superbowl Ad Activity

16. February 2009

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Now this is cool. A visualisation of the keywords being talked about on Twitter during the Superbowl has just blown me away, it’s great to see the power of such a medium taking shape with global brands, so thanks to the New York Times for creating such a cool app. I’ve got it set for “talked [...]

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LinkedIn Popularity Grows As Economy Sours…

15. February 2009

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Perhaps one of the only real benefactors of the global recession so far is LinkedIn – the most widely used Business Networking site on the planet, with more people than ever out of work globally, LinkedIn is booming according to ComScore, with unique visitors up over 22% in January (2009) to over 7.7 million uniques in just the US, not [...]

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Facebook Overtakes MySpace In Search Volume

9. February 2009

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It’s been a long time coming (or has it!?), but Facebook has now claimed it’s place at the top of the social media search volume tree, if there was ever such a thing! Google Trends indicates that facebook now has the majority search volume of the two, in what looks be a huge (continued) serge of [...]

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Online Media Trends & Search Trends 2008

2. February 2009

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The Online Media and Search team at Compete took a look back at the major trends in Online Media & Search over the past year and made some predictions for 2009. Check out the presentation here, there are some really strong insights and a few great learnings for all.

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