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How to: Create Engaging Infographics

Over the last 2 years the amount of companies sharing information, data or knowledge by creative infographics has increased dramatically. More and more companies use infographics to spread their content to an audience they might not reach normally as well as helping their consumers get key information within a easily accessible graphic.  This article takes […]

Instagram Video Vs. Twitter Vine – Battle of The Brands

Yesterday Instagram officially launched it’s first video sharing tool to put Facebook in direct competition with Twitter’s successful Vine-app. Instagram explained the move, feeling that “some images need more than static to come to life”. Instagram which is available on Android and iOS (after Facebook purchased for $1bn back in April last year) now shows […]

Content Marketing Show Takeaways

Last Friday, the Content Marketing Show was held at Logan Hall at the Institute of Education, and was proudly presented by SiteVisibility and a few other lovely sponsors. We spend a lot of time creating great content for our clients, like the Dreamliner animated graphic that we created recently for Thomson (See right). We’re always […]

Top Tools From The Content Marketing Show

This year’s Content Marketing Show was a great success with over 1,000 registered attendees learning all about the world of content marketing. It’s a trend that has become so important for online marketing campaigns and the numbers of marketers on show last week prove that there’s so much intrigue and so much to learn. It […]

The Ins and Outs of Brand Wikipedia Pages

What are they? Brand Wikipedia pages are an informative directory-esque listing which allows your company to showcase itself on one of the most authoritative and searched for sites on the web. What are their benefits? Positive brand reinforcement. Potential to increase referral traffic via the brand page and subsequent citations. Potential to ensure brand exposure […]

‘Twitter Amplify’ Set to Brighten Up Your Feed With Sponsored Video Clips

Twitter announced yesterday at the Internet Week event in New York that they’ll be introducing a brand new advertising product for media and consumer brands. The new service titled ‘Twitter Amplify‘ will allow advertisers to promote television clips on Twitter. Imagine, sports replays from say the Champions league final accompanied with beer commercials or even […]

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