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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Global Social Network and Messaging App user numbers: December 2014

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Here at Battenhall we review the world’s top social media and social messaging apps every month, and we publish this data in our publication the Battenhall Monthly. We thought we would do a special end of year review, with Instagram having just hit 300 million users, overtaking Twitter in the process, this is the most […]

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Battenhall’s 2014 in review

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This month brings to an end Battenhall’s first full year in business. We opened for business in Spring 2013, our mission being to bring a new kind of communications agency offering to the market, and our aim is to be the next great agency. In 2014 we saw our team grow to 21 people and establish […]

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Just how super is SUPER?

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This month, a new social network called ‘SUPER’ launched, created by Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, Inc and also helped to create and launch Xanga, Odeo, The Obvious Corporation and Medium. In 2013, Biz Stone launched Jelly – a visual app that focused on users asking and answering questions. Whilst the app received quite a bit […]

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Who are these 300m people on Insta? Instagram overtakes Twitter and launches verified accounts

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Instagram has overnight announced that it has surpassed the 300 million user milestone. This means it has overtaken Twitter which has seen slowing growth and a total of 284 million users, which is some feat. The service has experienced an amazing 2014, winning the admiration from a new mainstream userbase and becoming a front runner […]

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New UK laws unveiled to criminalise social media trolling

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New social media law guidelines have been set out by Scotland’s The Crown Office, unveiled today, in the effort to protect internet users from trolling. The new clampdown effectively means it is now illegal to say on social media what it would be illegal to say in the street. The Crown Office has said there […]

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The Influence of Social Media in Modern Politics in the UK

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Until recently many have underestimated the power of social media in politics. However two recent events have demonstrated the importance of it. Many political campaigners may take the traditional view that social media cannot influence the reputations and success of politicians, however more and more politicians are beginning to establish themselves on social media platforms. […]

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