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This morning hackers accessed Fox News’ Twitter Account and announced to the world that the U.S. President, Barack Obama, had been shot dead. Worryingly, this came from a verified account. It’s another example in a long list of high profile hacks on Twitter.
Last week, British actor Simon Pegg admitted that his Twitter account had also been hacked. A link was posted to download a screensaver from his recent movie, ‘Paul’, which was actually in fact a login-stealing malware virus. So, two hacks in two weeks, is this the start of something major?
Koozai are extremely proud to announce that after travelling to London last night for the third annual UK Search Awards, we picked up the award for Best Blog, for all the hard work and effort we have put into our TV channel and digital marketing blog on Koozai.com.
Yesterday UK Sports Network held an event for people who work in the sports digital environment. This was the first in their Digital Sport London series which is going to be run on a monthly basis. The event had three sections; a skype call with special guest, a presentation from Matchchat and a panel discussion with top UK sport bloggers.
Over the last year and a half we’ve put together over 100 free digital marketing videos on everything from Analytics to SEO, PPC to Social, Content to Brand Management. To celebrate reaching over 200,000 views of those videos we’ve compiled ten videos that you may have missed which provide insights in to recent marketing developments.
Last night we attended the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA Awards 2011 at the Tower of London. The event recognises the 500 fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and included entrants from 24 countries. As we announced in October, Koozai ranked 23rd in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 here in the UK. However, as of today, we are now the 128th fastest growing tech company in EMEA, according to the Fast 500.
On the 22nd September 2011, I made my first appearance on a stage at OMN London alongside Mike Essex where we presented our tactics for dominating page one of the search results for a brand. If you had asked me six months ago whether I would have done something like this, the answer would have been a definite NO! However, I overcame my fears and stood up in front of approximately 300 people with an interest in digital marketing and presented to them.
From speaking to people in the industry over the past three years, public speaking is a fear of many people and I wanted to put together this post to share some of my thoughts and tell you how I went about combating that fear in 15 steps.
I remember being drawn into the buzz SeeSaw generated before its launch in February 2010. It had a long planning stage and was incredibly well deployed, so where has it gone wrong and how does the competition fair?
SeeSaw.com promised to bring together TV shows from a variety of producers. That’s great! Who doesn’t like the simplicity having everything in one place? A great idea on paper and focus groups loved it. It started out with just a selection of BBC, Channel 4 and Five shows with a plan to include selection of high profile US dramas in future following additional funding.
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As a top Personal Trainer, Tim Hayes is well aware of the importance of having a strong organic presence across the major search engines, especially for regional terms relating to their area of operation. Read more
The launch of new video hosting websites could have many advantages for firms when it comes to online marketing, it has been claimed.
This month I want to talk about how Traditional Brands can and actually are investing in digital media and services, not just their own websites. With the boom in online shopping and digital media as a whole, how do existing offline brands get involved? I believe they should all be making an effort to get a piece of the digital market in order to attempt to survive the downturn we are seeing in High Street shopping and services.