The madness of this Monday morning wouldn’t have been much different from any other – that is, if it weren’t for the Twitter frenzy that was taking place.
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According to the Purpose of PR report we published this year, 88% of businesses rank Twitter as their preferred social media platform, with most people using it 2-3 times a day.
We’re always hearing about the latest Google, Facebook and Twitter updates – a new button, a new algorithm – occasionally, but rarely life changing. But I mean it when I say that this latest announcement from Twitter is truly exciting for the industry due to the level of freedom and creativity it will introduce.
Yesterday’s SAScon brought together some of the best thinkers and speakers from across the digital world. SAScon stands for Search, Analytics and Social conference and was set up by a group of digital people in Manchester who knew that our fair city deserved to have a conference rivalling that of other cities.
With CEOs being tested to the limit, Nikki spoke to six leaders to understand how they’re leading their teams through the Coronavirus pandemic, and what they’ve learnt about themselves in recent weeks.
With a constant barrage of breaking stories and a Covid-19 focused news cycle, it can feel like a struggle to cut through and make yourself heard at the minute. But there are ways to make it work, and work well. Here's how.
How have our media consumption habits changed during the coronavirus lockdown? Our London director, Xanthe, collected views from colleagues, partners and journalists on the subject.
We've been blown away by some of the stories of positivity we've witnessed in recent weeks. And our clients are doing everything they can to contribute to this. Here are a couple of examples.