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The Technology For Marketing & Advertising Conference

Earl's Court 2 Tuesday 28th February 2012   This week this famous historic sporting venue was home to an event which was more energetic than a team of professional athletes, bounding up and down the court. This event is the largest meeting of advertising and marketing minds in the UK that runs ...

Career Wednesday @ Bigfoot Digital

Last week I shared an article that highlighted search engine optimisation as one of the most sought after skills in the tech industry. Admittedly, it’s a very attractive career choice which is both shrouded in mystery and in high demand at the moment. Oh, and did I mention that ...

Beyond Social Media: Multi-Platform Marketing

What? Introducing Hub It! from TribalDDB, Singapore.  The world’s first four dimensional, multi platform, interactive marketing campaign.  Encompassing TV, Internet, mobile and tablet technology, this trans-media alternate reality game lead players across various technology platforms and even into the real world searching for clues. I feel like I've written ...

The Key to Viral Videos… There Isn’t One

Every day, roughly 45% of tech bloggers get lazy and throw together an article which is just a round-up of “viral videos”. 10% of these will also make up some statistics to go with it. So let’s get this over with... I’ve always felt a bit queasy about using the ...

Social Media Marketing: LinkedIn for B2B

Do a quick search for social media marketing and chances are you’ll be inundated with articles and sites which include top tips, 10 steps and quick fixes. The problem is that all of this content is generally geared towards the B2C side of commerce. So what about our friends ...

News Round Up

My, my, it’s been a busy week - with a delicious pancake-y interlude. Once again the lovely folk at Bigfoot Digital have been sifting through the internet chaff to bring you some tasty wheat-y morsels of SEO and SMM news. Enjoy! Tech Crunch warns that a SEO-volution is on ...

Top Tips for Tweeting

Anyone who follows Stephen Fry on Twitter will know that there is a line between Tweeting with enthusiasm and spamming. Catch him on a good day, and he’ll be firing off three to four tweets a minute. It’s interesting stuff, I can’t argue with that, but sometimes ...

SEO Infographics Courtesy of Pinterest

Despite what all the reports are saying, I can confirm (as a regular Pinterest user) that it isn’t only used by women pinning pictures of crochet, cats and cupcakes. Granted, they do make up the majority, but Pinterest is also the home to some pretty spiffy content. And even ...

Twitter Teams up with Google’s Russian Rival

Google sure is stirring up quite a storm; from the recent revelations about tracking users on Safari, to their decision to include +1 content in search results. This decision has effectively left Twitter out in the cold, as Twitter feeds will not be indexed by Google. Despite protests from Twitter: “As ...

Is the end of cookies nigh?

With the recent news that Google has managed to slip past Safari’s privacy policy, you may well be wondering if cookies are just a little too intrusive to be trusted. Every day we trust our web browser to manage so much personal data; and it seems the more we ...