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June 11, 2014

Graze

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  Our regular round-up of all things new in creative marketing…. Marketers warm-up for World Cup fever on Twitter. It’s not surprising that there is a lot of anticipation around the imminent World Cup. It’s…

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April 23, 2014

10 tips for bloggers

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Here’s some collective wisdom of our dnx copy team. Of course, it’s not an exhaustive list of things to consider when you’re blogging, but if you follow these, you’ll be on the right track. And…

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February 25, 2014

Think outside the hashtag

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  Twitter has become one of the most popular social hangouts to date with thousands of new users joining every week. With such a high volume of users the marketplace is becoming increasingly compact, meaning…

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January 22, 2014

3 simple steps to get real social engagement

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Listen, engage, nurture – ah, I fear I’ve said too much. Don’t go, I’ll explain. Social media’s big. It says so on Wikipedia, therefore it must be true. The obvious aside, businesses and marketers alike…

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November 21, 2013

Getting social with partners

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Four ways channel marketers can ensure their partners are making the most of Social media marketing. There’s no denying that social media is having a profound effect on B2B marketing. According to Marketo, 56% of…

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September 17, 2013

How to seize the moment with Real-Time marketing

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Social Media has been fully established for around 10 years however it still ceases to amaze me just how many companies fail to unlock it’s full potential and more often than not make the same…

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August 25, 2013

Right platform, right content, right time.

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An article that I saw recently on the Burberry brand inspired me to write this post, and namely one point raised in particular: “The higher the engagement – the higher the propensity to purchase the…

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