Thursday 29 January 2015

A Day in the Life: Steve, SVP Digital, Vancouver

This post was originally published on Edelman.com. Name: Steve Park What is your title? SVP Digital, Vancouver How many people are in your office? 55 What does your job entail? I split my time between supporting new business pitches, existing client work …

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Sponsored Content: An Ethical Framework

by Richard Edelman We have just published a special report on the opportunity for public relations firms in sponsored content (you can download the report here). Steve

Friday Five: Media Lessons from the Snowden Case

“There are no secrets,” podcasting pioneer Adam Curry once said. “Only information you do not yet have.”

Opinions vary widely regarding the case of Edward Snowden, the former contractor

Digital Dice: Social Spending and LinkedIn Analytics

How social platforms impact consumer spending, a new analytics offering for LinkedIn* and more digital updates of the week.

[White Paper] Facebook Drives More Consumer Spending than Pinterest

What I Learned From Writing Camp

This post was originally published on Edelman.com.

Last month, I had the opportunity to attend the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop: a week of writing boot camp,

Friday Five: Storytelling with Data, Five Considerations

Humans are visual creatures and can absorb information faster when it’s presented that way. So, here are five things you need to know in regards to information visualization

The Business Return from Social Media

This post was originally published on www.warc.com.

Social media has grown and evolved to become an integral, necessary part of business, extending beyond function to a cross-discipline

Digital Dice: Twitter In-Stream Previews

Twitter testing in-stream image previews, Kate Spade redefines window shopping and more of the latest digital news this week.

Twitter is testing automatic in-stream image previews on Twitter.com

Friday Five: Sharing Food Content Online: A Recipe for Success

Social media company Prollie analyzed more than 5,000 U.S. social media accounts from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare and Tumblr, and found that food and beverage is one of the most

She won’t be right, mate!

Although Australia has one of the strongest economies in the world, it seems that voter dissatisfaction, the uncertainty of a minority government and a resurgent Opposition has led