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Hyper Island Itinerary

The Magic, Mix and Mystery of Hyper Island

Posted on 01. Oct, 2011 by .

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As day two at the LBi Hyper Island Master Class comes to a close we begin to reflect on the day’s events to make sense of what we’ve learned. Today has surpassed all expectations we may have had. Instead of a series of seminars and workshops, the bulk of the day was dedicated to applying [...]

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LBI at Hyper Island Work Hard and Play Hard

Knowledge, Fish and Crocodiles in Karlskrona

Posted on 30. Sep, 2011 by .

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Today bigmouthmedia/LBi teams and select clients from the UK, US and the Nordics came together at Hyper Island in Karlskrona, Sweden to explore the meaning and application of ‘blending’ in our creative/digital marketing industry. We’ve now taken our first baby steps into understanding how to create greater efficiencies for our business and for our clients. [...]

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Social Media Week | What’s next… in blogging

Posted on 28. Sep, 2011 by .

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Last week saw Glasgow host Social Media Week 2011 and what a week it was. Glasgow was the largest event of all the 12 cities and the largest single social media gathering ever held outside of the USA. Bigmouthmedia held their Social Media Week event, What’s next… in blogging, at the trendy Blythswood Square Hotel. [...]

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Business blogs, how personal is too personal? … #smwbmm

Business blogs, how personal is too personal? … #smwbmm

Posted on 26. Sep, 2011 by .

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Social Media Week 2011 is raising the profile of all things social, but when can your business blog become more or a hindrance than a help? There’s such a thing as TMI for business, as some brands are sure to learn at their peril.

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Why your blog’s not working … #SMWbmm

Why your blog’s not working … #SMWbmm

Posted on 22. Sep, 2011 by .

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It’s Social Media Week 2011 and the web’s literati are talking blogging. Blogging badly? Don’t Panic. Read on and find out why your blog’s not working … and how to fix it.

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Blogging: why call in the professionals?… #SMWbmm

Blogging: why call in the professionals?… #SMWbmm

Posted on 21. Sep, 2011 by .

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It’s Social Media Week 2011 and the spotlight’s firmly on blogging. If you’re not blogging already, you should be. And even if you do have a business blog, you really should be blogging with the professionals. Why? Read on and find out.

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Optimising your blog for social sharing, made easy … #SMWbmm

Optimising your blog for social sharing, made easy … #SMWbmm

Posted on 20. Sep, 2011 by .

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It’s Social Media Week 2011 – and spotlight is on blogging. You might know your hashtags from your status updates, but don’t forget to optimise your blog for social sharing. Read on and find out how to make comments, social platforms and those all-important plug-ins work for your blog.

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How the Fortune 100 blog… #SMWbmm

Posted on 19. Sep, 2011 by .

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It’s Social Media Week 2011 this week (19 to 23 September!) and our event is all about “What’s next in blogging”. Along with our event, we’ll publish a post each day on the looking at various aspects and considerations of blogging – from corporate functions to best practice. If you’re not sold on blogging, it’s [...]

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Not blogging? 5 reasons why your fingers should be itching…

Posted on 12. Sep, 2011 by .

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From cave paintings to the printing press, humans have always used any technology at their disposal to communicate. Why? We’re not too sure. But it does drive commerce. As technology evolves, so too does communication. And no business can ignore the way digital has revolutionised the way we interact with each other and with brands. [...]

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Payment method table

Payment Methods in Germany

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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So far this year, online retail in Europe has been growing at a rate of 18%. The UK, Germany and France are the European countries with the highest online turnover according to a study by the Centre for Retail Research. This figure allures to the fact that internationalisation is becoming an increasingly attractive proposition for [...]

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