Danny Ward

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Danny joined Fourth Day in 2017 after completing his degree in English Literature and French at Nottingham University. During his Uni days he also spent time blogging for a football website and writing for his University newspaper.

At Fourth Day, Danny works across a number of clients in both content production and media relations. He loves learning about new technologies and also executes numerous social media campaigns for clients, having previously volunteered as a social media co-ordinator for Manifest, a biennial arts festival in Manchester. He is always our go-to expert on all things LinkedIn.

Outside of work Danny loves travelling and watching Burnley FC – home and away.

 

Recent articles by Danny

3 reasons why we’re looking forward to a return to the office

We enjoyed our first team meet up in over 6 months this month. It was lovely to feel a sense of normality and reminded us why we can't wait to get back into the office.

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GP Bullhound’s tech predictions - what’s on the horizon for tech in 2021?

We were virtual attendees at GP Bullhound's 2021 technology predictions event to find out which 10 trends it believes will shape the technology landscape this year. Here were our key takeaways.

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Fourth Day running all over the world

We're proud to be supporting The Running Charity in 2021 - running is close to our hearts at Fourth Day. We share some of the team's best snaps from running around the world.

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The top 5 most impactful hashtags of 2020

We take a look back at some of the top trending hashtags from across social media in 2020

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‘Can Do’ Measurement, Part 2: Measuring the impact of social media

Social media plays an important role in sales and marketing strategies. In Part 2 of our measurement series, Danny looks at how you should be measuring your activity on these platforms.

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How ‘slow news’ has emerged in a fast-changing media landscape

The way we share and consume news today has changed entirely with 24-hour news channels and social media. But a new journalistic style is emerging - we find out more about the growing trend of 'slow news.'

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