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28
Jul

Top Marketing Abbreviations and Acronyms

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Have you ever been in a meeting and found yourself unsure about what’s being said?  Nodding and smiling politely whilst simultaneously making a quick note to Google the meaning of whatever abbreviation it is you don’t know? You’re not alone. But if you’re working in the marketing/ business world, then there are a few abbreviations and […]

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27
Jul

Social Media and it’s influence in politics

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We are currently witnessing the second Labour leadership contest within a year, what a better time to examine social media’s influence on such events on both sides of the political spectrum. It is true that many activists and commentators concerned with UK politics seek to exert their influence on proceedings in a bid to alter […]

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26
Jul

Our pick of the top marketing statistics

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Statistics, statistics, statistics…marketing is awash with a wealth of numbers and headlines that paint a fascinating picture of the industry we are passionate about. We’ve trawled the web and pulled together our top marketing statistics that we think give us all a great overview of marketing today. Content Marketing Stats Content marketing is at the […]

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21
Jul

Work Experience- My Week at Remarkable

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As my third university year looms, the panic sets in, it is daunting to think about not being a student anymore. Once this year is over I need to start thinking about getting a job and entering the ‘real world’. Ever since I started my degree, BA Fashion Marketing, I have known I should fit […]

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20
Jul

Social Listening & Landscaping- What? How? Who?

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Social  Listening and Landscaping are terms commonly used in social media marketing that define the process of identifying who you are speaking to. As a company, you need to know who you are actually speaking to before you know how to effectively access who you want or need to speak to. This process allows you […]

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19
Jul

It’s Only Words… Actually it’s not

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This article first appeared on The CMA blog. It’s tempting to think that writing a video script is purely about creating words. It’s not. It’s about blending words and pictures. So before you set up your new word document and lunge at the keyboard it’s a very good idea to find out which images are […]

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18
Jul

Digital Breakfast

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Good morning and welcome back to your desk. Before checking your emails and sinking into a long week ahead, have a read of our weekly digital and social updates. It’s Digital Breakfast time. This week… Instagram are introducing business tools. The next web reports on the best features of the new add on and are […]

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14
Jul

Pokémon Go – a step closer towards augmented reality

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From starting as an April fool’s joke with Google Maps, Pokémon Go has added $7.5 billion to Nintendo’s value. Pokémon Go was launched at the start of this month in the US, Australia, Asia and parts of Europe. Within just two weeks the app has become hugely popular within the countries it has launched. With […]

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14
Jul

5 PR trends that you can’t Ignore

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5 PR Trends that you can’t ignore As our insatiable appetite for news, rumours and information grows, it’s become increasingly important to stay up to date within the ever evolving world of PR. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the ‘Top 5 Trends’ that’ll see you right through until 2017. Platform wars As […]

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13
Jul

Our diversity problem: PRCA Census 2016

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The PRCA 2016 PR Census paints a picture of the PR industry as a prosperous one with a steep growth trajectory, reporting a 34% growth since 2013 to a current value of £12.9 billion. Yet one feature remains worryingly stagnant: diversity, or lack thereof. The survey of PR professionals around the UK found that white […]

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