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What is the Future of Livestream for brands?

Posted by socialday on January 10, 2018

Do you encourage the brands/clients you work with currently to use Livestream? While most in social media value the boost Livestream can add to organic reach and the added engagement, can it work effectively as a constant in any given media campaign, are brands switched on to the idea? Sure we have seen plenty of […]

Keynote speaker – Facebook’s Ed Couchman

Posted by Stuart Hall on January 3, 2018

Ed Couchman is Director of Agency Partnerships, for Facebook UK. In this role, Ed is responsible for building meaningful and sustainable relationships within the media and advertising community and for ensuring that Facebook deliver best-in-class service levels and ideas to their clients. He works with partners to determine how their output can better reflect current […]

Speaker Announcement – Chris “kubby” Kubbernus

Posted by Stuart Hall on November 23, 2017

We are delighted to announce our first speaker for SocialDayUK 2018, Chris “Kubby” Kubbernus. Chris is a Digital Marketing influencer who is living in Copenhagen, Denmark, although his accent might give away he is Canadian. He is the founder and CEO of Kubb & Co, a digital marketing agency. Chris has worked with Coloplast, Carlsberg, […]

How does the Linkedin Algorithm work?

Posted by Stuart Hall on November 6, 2017

How does the Linkedin Algorithm work?   It’s a question I have seen asked a lot recently, along with how you should structure content. After digging around a little, Linkedin’s engineers have been very open about how the content algorithm works. As ever quality content wins out. Here is why: Firstly you need to remember […]

The attack of the Content Zombies

Posted by Stuart Hall on October 12, 2017

The Attack of the Content Zombie It’s that time of year again, ghouls and goblins, pumpkins and social media capitalising on a Halloween theme. You got it, no different here! Is your content a zombie? I have lost count of the amount of articles I have read about Social Media users being zombies, and while […]