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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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Facebook Traffic And Users Skyrocketing

26. January 2009

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Facebook stats have been off the charts over the last few months, putting on an additional 20 million unique visitors in December 2008, up from 200 million in November 2008 to 220 Million unique visits to facebook, while in contrast MySpace only managed 4 million according to comscore. Which makes facebook about twice the size [...]

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How Do Crowds Work In Social Media Networks?

21. January 2009

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How do social media crowds work? Who are the social media influencers? What leverage can I gain by implementing social media strategies for my clients? These are the questions being asked every day as social media gains more and more PR attention across the industry, your clients are probably asking, even your agency staff, and there was [...]

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The Economist On Advertising Presentation

12. January 2009

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Presentation of The Economist explaining why in times of crisis, brands must invest in marketing rather than save money and cut back on advertising spend. It’s a great read and something you will want to share around, make sure you download the presentation. Check out the presentation here

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Digital Buzz is live!

10. December 2008

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Well, after a week customising the blog interface and a few little widgets on wordpress we are up and running! What’s up and running you say? It’s going to be a great new blog covering everything digital, interactive & online from around the world. Ok, plus a few tv ads and random cool stuff because we know you love that [...]

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