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Ajax Social Wipes: A Tool To Clean Up Your Feed

14. January 2014

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If you’ve ever tried to get rid of all the old pages and boring brands you’ve ‘liked’ on Facebook, or spam you’ve accumulated on Twitter, then Colgate’s social tool for their new “Ajax Spray N’ Wipes” product, called “Ajax Social Wipes” does exactly that, by instantly aggregating all of the pages you’ve ‘liked’ on Facebook, [...]

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IKEA: The Social Catalogue Campaign

13. January 2014

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Here’s a neat way to get people sharing your content, for IKEA, that came in the form of a ‘Social Catalogue’ campaign that challenged people to grab a catalogue and take a photo of your favourite pieces of furniture, before snapping a photo for your chance to win it. Sure, we’ve seen things like this [...]

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Infographic: State of Social Media 2013

3. January 2014

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Here’s a great Infographic that shows the state of social media in 2013. It’s a great reminder of how quickly the world of social media evolves around us and how much can happen in 12 months. A few milestones include: The launch of Vine in January to Vine becoming the most downloaded app in April Instagram [...]

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Google Zeitgeist 2013: A Year In Search

23. December 2013

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Here we are again, the Google Zeitgeist for 2013 has just been released, summarising the most popular searches for this year in a nice little video. What were we searching for this year? Google’s Amit Singhal, senior vice president, said “We want to find out more about our heroes, explore far-away destinations or settle a [...]

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Infographic: Social Media Stats 2013

14. November 2013

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Here’s a great infographic created by Digital Insights that covers all the latest Social Media facts for this year, including figures, numbers and statistics. Some of the highlights cover: 4.2 billion people use their mobile device to access social media sites There have been over 10 billion Facebook apps developed so far 28% of Retweets on [...]

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Puma Run Navi App: Explore A New Route

13. November 2013

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Pumpa challenges the norm with this new app, and asks why does running have to be all about distance performance? Introducing ‘Puma Run Navi’ an app that helps you navigate your city to create great runs every time you want to get out there and exercise! Set a distance target, choose your mood and the [...]

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Infographic: UK iPhone User Stats

1. November 2013

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Here’s an interesting infographic that delves into how people in the UK use their iPhones. However, you may not want to know the answers. According to this research by OnePoll and Arena Media 69% of Londoners use their iPhone on the toilet! Some of the other more popular mobile phone activities include: SMS - the most popular [...]

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Starbucks: Tweet a Coffee

30. October 2013

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Sometimes it’s the simple ideas that are the most effective and I love this one from Starbucks. The coffee giant has teamed up with Twitter to launch the Tweet-A-Coffee campaign. This allows people to send a $5 Starbucks gift card to anyone in the US via Twitter. It’s a really simple idea, users just need [...]

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MAMMING: Instagram Mammograms Campaign

22. October 2013

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Everyone knows #Mamming right? Wrong. It’s some seriously weird, yet slightly funny new hashtag for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a campaign called ‘This is Mamming’. So what do you do? Well, it seems all you need to do is press your breasts on a flat surface, take a photo and Instagram it with the [...]

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Banksy: The Sirens Of The Lambs

16. October 2013

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Here is the latest piece from Banksy, it’s called ‘Sirens Of The Lambs’ and is a piece of installation art, that happens to be in a truck that tours NYC (starting in, you guessed it, the Meat Packing District), stuffed with fake animals that squeal those horrible dog-toy type noises to raise awareness of the [...]

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Lexus: First Life-Sized, Real-Time Video Game

11. September 2013

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This is a very cool use of projection mapping from Lexus, Italy. To promote the new Lexus IS Hybrid, Lexus created “Trace Your Road,” an experiential life-sized video game event featuring Formula 1 driver, Jarno Trulli. “Trace Your Road” saw Trulli take on a series of improvised racetracks, each one designed by one of ten [...]

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Infographic: Vine Videos – The Facts

8. September 2013

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Whether Vine is already part of your video strategy or not, this infographic will help, looking the best brands on Vine and the way they are using the six-second video sharing platform. Vine, launching in late-January, opened up opportunities for brands to drive engagement with its post-integrated 6-second media format. As this infographic shows there [...]

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Infographic: The Conversation Prism v4

2. September 2013

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The Conversation Prism infographic is a visual map of the entire social media landscape, created by Brian Solis and visualised by JESS3. This is version 4.0 and forms part of an ongoing study in digital ethnography that tracks dominant and promising social networks and organizes them by how they’re used in everyday life. 

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Airbnb: The World’s First Vine Video Film

25. August 2013

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Airbnb have started a world first film contest, challenging users to help shoot 6 second vine videos that will contribute to a short film about Travel, Adventure and finding your place in the world. Each day on Airbnb’s twitter account, they’ll post a new Vine Video Challenge and await everyone to respond with 6 second [...]

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NRL ‘Mission Control’ Social Media Room

17. July 2013

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Gatorade first made social media command centres famous a few years ago, since then they’ve been relatively unobtainable to most brands around the world given the cost to implement and maintain. But what was then, might now be evolving to ‘Pop-Up’ style command centres for campaigns and special events. The NRL’s Mission Control Room is [...]

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