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Monthly Archives: August 2013

#SMWWhatsNext: New venue + more seats

The Royal Institution of Great Britain

By now, some of you may know of our Social Media Week London event on September 23rd. We’ve been bowled over by the interest in coming along to our event. We offered out 400 tickets and they all went within the first few days. Our original venue; the Battenhall offices, just weren’t big enough, so we’ve […]

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Google gets global with Edinburgh Festival

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It’s been years since we saw the laugh-o-meter appear on a screen, but this year Google has brought it back through an unlikely online medium. The Edinburgh Fringe festival attracts people from around the globe, no surprise then that it’s difficult to find a hotel room or even air-bed to crash during the festival. For […]

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#SMWLondon 2013: Whats next? More seats and new venue!

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There’s no end of innovation in how brands use Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram to get their message out. But at Battenhall we understand that brands want to know whats next. During Social Week 2013 in London, our founder and MD Drew Benvie will be giving a talk on ‘Whats next in social media’. Our […]

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Gambling social influence offline

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The key for brands has always been to see how offline experiences can influence the online space we share and engage within. Tactically, this has meant performing a stunt offline, filming or sharing it – then analysing how it went through quick responses and comments online. In the past few years, crowdsourcing has seen it’s […]

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Facebook finally joins the party with introduction of embedded posts

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  Facebook has certainly been making strides as of late. This week we heard the news that the social media giant had finally matched its IPO share price since going public last year and in recent weeks we saw some new features launch, such as photo comments for Facebook pages. Now taking a leaf out of Twitter’s […]

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