Posts Tagged: Online

Big Brother Jumps on the Facebook Bandwagon- Busy Summer for Online Marketing Managers

If like me you thought the nation had said a final farewell to Big Brother, you would be wrong. I’m sure you heard the joyous news that the reality show will re-launch on Channel 5 this August. Love it or hate it; I guarantee you will know someone who will be holed up in their.
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Twitter beats Facebook hands-down for the FTSE 100

Latest figures from Three_D (social media division of Threepipe Communications) show that out of the 100 top companies in the UK only one third have a Facebook page while the rest prefer to use Twitter. These prove interesting statistics for online marketing managers who are using, or thinking about using social networking as a way.

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‘Facebook’ As You Go

The social media phenomenon that is Facebook seems to be spreading their net even further in the latest revelation from mobile giants O2. The mobile phone network will now provide the option to its customers to top-up their Pay As You Go accounts through a secure app. This will be the first of its kind.
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Facebook and YouTube focus on boosting their advertising revenues through online marketing

Social media sites such as YouTube and Facebook are continuing to focus on increasing their advertising revenues, helping to grow the UK online advertising market by over 25% to approximately £1 billion in 2010. Research firm Efficient Frontier reported a 40% increase in the cost-per-click price of Facebook ad’s in the first quarter of 2011..
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Is Using Cheap Social Media a Cop-out for Marketers?

When you see companies over-using social media or email marketing, what do you think? Cheap and lazy? These are the thoughts of Simon Carter, Marketing Director for Fujitsu’s government arm. He fears that by repeatedly using free and simple methods, the more junior marketers will ignore the traditional marketing skills they have been taught. Previously.
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Facebook – more than just a social networking site?

Since its creation in 2004, Facebook has dominated much of internet user’s activity with 50% of users logging into their account each day. What started as a social networking site is becoming much more than a way to keep in touch with family and friends. With the recent announcement that Facebook is going to hold.
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The future’s bright, the future’s Mobile Marketing

Mobile marketing has been developing over the past two years and with the increase of smartphone users in the UK it is no surprise that this method of marketing will eventually play a pivotal role in advertising. Vouchers and coupons are becoming increasingly popular amongst consumers. These are essentially downloadable applications or vouchers that present.
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