How News UK ensures its content provokes emotion – whether that’s intrigue, tears or laughter.
For content provider News UK social media has had a huge impact on what and how and what it produces for its readers. The shift in its business has seen big changes as consumers become publishers in their own right – so is it change without risk? We interviewed News The post How News UK ensures its content provokes emotion – whether that’s intrigue, tears or laughter. appeared first on #DMWF Amsterdam.
Why great content marketing is about thinking laterally
Hats off to the content marketers at Dolmio this week whose Pepper Hackers campaign is a truly brilliant example of a brand thinking laterally and yet still remaining completely on message. The Dolmio Pepper Hacker campaign, which has already amassed nearly 2 million views on YouTube since its launch, has The post Why great content marketing is about thinking laterally appeared first on #DMWF Amsterdam.
How to Tweet with Impact: 7 Twitter Lessons from the World’s Best
Guest Post from @digimindci If a tree falls in the woods, and no one is around to tweet or take a selfie with it, does it really make a sound? The answer: probably not. Today, news without social media is at best sluggish and at worst non-existent, so
Last chance for #SMWF early bird offer – book by Friday!
Snapping up a bargain in January always makes you feel good and as such we wanted to remind you of your last chance to grab our early bird ticket offer for #SMWF. Until Friday 10 January we are offering £400 off the price of our two day workshop prices and
What do you want to hear about at #SMWF 2014? Share your idea & be in with a chance to win two conference passes!
We are always keen to find out what you want to hear more about at #SMWF and earlier this month held a meeting with our #SMWF advisory board members to find out what key topics they felt we should be covering in next year’s event at the end of March.
Ten ways in which crowdsourcing helps new product development #tescosocialwine
Earlier this week Tesco revealed it was developing the world’s first socially created wine – the ultimate example perhaps in how crowdsourcing helps new product development and generating huge press coverage as a result, especially since it will also benefit the community where the wine will come
#SMWF in pictures
We hope you’ve enjoyed the last two days of interactive debate and discussion at #SMWF as much as we have! Thank you to everyone who attended and made the event so productive and engaging. Here are our photo highlights of the last two days!
#Oscar chatter in social media from @meltwater [infographic]
By: Heidi Myers, Marketing Communications Manager, UK, Middle East & Africa, Meltwater This year, social media changed the way the world saw the Oscars. The celebrity world has always remained a mystery, with outsiders waiting eagerly to catch a glimpse of their favourite star on the red carpet. But with the rise
Get ready for day 2 of #SMWF!
It was great to see everyone and celebrate the industry at the Social Soiree! We hope you’re all feeling fresh and ready for another exciting day of discussion and insight. Today alongside the keynote track the Enterprise and B2B Marketing workshops will be taking place as well as the Mobile
Enjoyed a full day at #SMWF? Don’t forget the Social Soiree tonight!
We hope you’ve enjoyed the action packed agenda today, now it’s time to sip some drinks and catch up with everyone at the show at tonight’s Social Soiree! We’ll be at JuJu in Chelsea from 7.30pm tonight for some serious social media networking, with a DJ, dance floor and a
Using customer insight to build social loyalty through community and fan engagement – interview with LEGO ahead of #SMWF
Retailers and brands are discovering new ways to gain valuable customer insight through their use of social media. By creating online social communities, retailers are not only able to build brand loyalty but receive feedback on their products and gain insight for future projects. A recent report found that 85%