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About Mindjumpers

Mindjumpers is a social media management company
specialized in creating conversations for some of the world’s leading brands

We rely on a high level of trust to take care of brands, which is why we aim to be the best. We oversee all or parts of social media management – from editorial structures and content strategies to moderation and response.

Through our worldwide business network of local social media managers, we execute social media initiatives across the globe in a structured, quality assured and cost effective way that creates effect and value for your brand.

What we do?

Social Media Management

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How about some completely random facts about us?

19382
pieces of content created for clients
21
countries where we have activated brands
81
facebook apps built for clients
134587
songs listened to while working

Content might be King, Queen, Prince and the Court Jester, but context is the Crown

 

We’ve had the pleasure of working
with some of the largest brands in the world

The Skype Collaboration Project

Carlsberg Group

Elton John AIDS Foundation

Ben & Jerry’s Nordic

We love working with

 

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We are Mindjumpers

Curiosity, dedication and a pinch of craziness!

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Jonas Klit Nielsen

CEO & Founder / +4520407091
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Jesper Lind Andersson

Managing Director
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Erwin Wessels

Head of Technical Development
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Frederikke Hoff

Content Director
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Frida Kristensson

Account Director / +4531727055
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Mads Freundt

Account Director / +4527142895
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Janne Aunvig

Account Director / +4521845419
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Vicki Kvist Gaulshøj

Account Director, London / +447455919515
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Rochelle Norwood

Account Manager
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Christine Dissing

Account Manager, London / +4553838535
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Morten Skøtt

Brand Care Manager
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Maikie Kanstrup Andersen Kruse

Brand Care Manager
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Kia Ellegaard Møller

Account & Relationship Manager
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Nina Siig Simonsen

Brand Care Manager
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Peter Doe

Digital Project Manager
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Nadja Christensen

Brand Care Manager
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Christopher J. Zimmerman

Data Strategist
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Johan Kjærgaard

Developer
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Casper Petersen

Business Developer
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Stine Thorhauge

Content Creator & Copywriter
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Mette Marcussen

Content Creator & Copywriter
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Lærke Eg Nørmark

Content Creator & Copywriter
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Simone C. Møller

Interaction & Content Designer
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Rasmus Sørensen

Content Designer
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Iara De Castro

Content Designer
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Julie Flyvholm Cramer

Content Designer
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Sladja Kostic

Jr. Brand Care Manager
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Kremena Nikolova

Jr. Developer
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Stine Haarløv

Jr. Content Creator
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Freja Klein

Jr. Brand Care Manager
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Maria Pagh

Jr. Brand Care Manager
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Ursula Jiarui Zheng

Jr. Brand Care Manager
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Sam

The Dog

 

Contact Us

 

Mindjumpers Aps, Kristianiagade 8, 4th floor, 2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark
Mindjumpers London Limited, 1st Floor, 8 Shepherdess Walk, London N1 7LB, United Kingdom

 


 +45 3333 7091

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Let us know if you have any questions, ideas or inquiries  – no matter how outrageous or crazy they might be.

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Case Study: The Local Stories Project

Last week week we discussed the importance of local social management. Today we are going to dig deeper into the topic, by taking a look at a successful case from the National Public Radio that elaborates what kind of local stories drive the highest engagement.

The Importance of Localized Branded Content on Social Media

The best performing and most valuable content provides two things: Relevance for the brand and relevance for the context. What is happening right now in your local community? Are you able to connect this context to peoples framework of understanding?

How to advertise and optimise posts on Facebook

Last week Facebook stated that they once again intend to reduce organic reach by making changes to the news feed algorithm. Earlier this year a study revealed that the organic reach for brands declined to 2-6%. This development, together with the recent statement from Facebook, underlines the importance for content amplification and increases the demand as marketers seek to compensate for the drop in organic reach.

Search & Social – Understanding the Interdependence

Christine Dissing is a London based marketing professional, holding a Master in Marketing Communications Management. She is passionate about advertising, branding and marketing communication, an interest she shares on her own blog attention2ads.com. You can also connect with Christine on Twitter @christine_kbh.
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