Monthly Archive for November, 2010

Guest blog written by Steffen Hedebrandt, who is passionate about entreneurship, networking, personal and professionel development, which he is trying to grasp through on Ambidextrous. He currently works as a COO at VintageandRare.com A few weeks ago, I did a blog post on PriceWaterhouseCoopers who are intensifying their recruiting through the social network LinkedIn. Fast […]

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Mashable has compiled a nice infographic as part of their Facebook Marketing blog series. It gives you a nice overview of how Facebook has developed as a marketing platform over the years. If you run a Facebook page for your brand or are considering doing it, there are also some interesting insights included. For instance: […]

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Christmas time is getting closer and the Swedish television is as usual colored by Christmas related advertising. One of Sweden’s most beloved Christmas products that are shown among them is the Aladdin box – a box of different chocolate pralines made by the chocolate company Marabou in 1939. People’s choice  Marabou’s concept for this year’s […]

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Disney Parks Check In At Gowalla

Gowalla is a virtual geocaching game that you can use on your iPhone, Android, Palm OS and some Blackberry mobile devices. The game works utilizing the GPS chip in the phone, so you are able to check in at places or spots around the world – like with Foursquare. However, with Gowalla you’re given your […]

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Blog post written by Georgina Coates who is Senior Digital Strategist at UK based, integrated communications agency Kindred. Follow George on Twitter @GeorgieC and catch her own social media thoughts at: What’s a Girl to Do? Working in both PR and digital comms I have been involved with a number of blogger relations campaigns throughout […]

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Myspace Integrates Facebook

Until now, the integration between Myspace and Facebook has been limited. But last week, the two networks had a joint announcement about their future collaboration. Myspace has got a brand new design and now enables their users to Connect with Facebook to transfer likes and interests. Some of the new features You will be able […]

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New creatives at Mindjumpers

Through some time, we have been looking around for candidates to strengthen our creative team. The issue in finding the right creatives is actually finding out what skills you need to strengthen the team with – and it’s a creative team with sole focus on social media – so there is not a lot of […]

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The Facebook Mobile

In the beginning of the last three press conferences held by Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has been very quick to decline the rumours that Facebook is about to launch a mobile phone. Is it just creating a buzz or is Facebook soon to launch “the social one” phone? Another rumour going around is that when (yes […]

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As I mentioned in my previous post, I recently visited the international J. Boye web-conference in Aarhus Denmark in search of interesting social media case studies. Whereas the first demonstrated how a small cupcake business has embraced social media in terms of marketing, this post will concentrate on how a major charity organisation uses the […]

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RockMelt is a social browser that fuses social media profiles into the browser. It would require a lot to make me impressed with such a project. Actually I would think it is impossible to create something that works seamless and with the same functionalities that I would otherwise have. Usually I have a tab with […]

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