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Can charities afford to be seduced by the bright shiny things that Apple bring?

When Smartphone sales eclipsed laptop sales for the first time in 2007, like us, every digital agency started to take mobile a lot more seriously. If we are to believe Morgan Stanley Research, next year, Smartphones sales will exceed all computer sales. Let’s just pause on that for a second… Does this mean users are […]

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10 Rules for modern collaboration

A subject close to my heart and our approach here at New Brand Brand Media. 10 good principles by Edward Boches… You could make an argument that in a creative organization the single most important skill today is the ability to collaborate. That’s not to say brilliant writing, inspirational design, impeccable craftsmanship and elegant coding […]

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New Brand Media Supports The British Asian Trust

In aid of The British Asian Trust, Mark Johnson of New Brand Media will be dragging himself around a 10k Military Fitness course on 23rd October 2010 to raise money for this high impact charity. British Military Fitness courses are no picnic. Obstacles, ditches, water, mud, trees and plenty of hills on a course designed […]

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Need to join a New Brand Media conference call now?

All you need to do to join our call conferencing facility is follow the following steps: Call 0843 176 0000 or if outside the UK +44 843 176 0000 Enter the conference number 30139830 followed by # (# is not required when calling from an NBM extension) Enter the 4 digit PIN you have been […]

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Niche Social Networks – Future Of Social Media?

Author: Ian McLellan I’ve been a recent convert to Twitter, the endearing social phenomena, and found it very enjoyable if a little light on substance. For the uninitiated, you ‘tweet’ your friends (or followers as they are known) with short, (140 character) messages, informing others of your whereabouts, thoughts etc. And that’s it. Nothing more. […]

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Creative industry as powerful as the financial services industry in the UK?

“In five years’ time, the creative industries [in the UK] could be as powerful as the financial services industry has been for the last 10 or 15 years,” As snow threatens on a cold, grey day in the financial services capital, Sunday’s Observer offers a silver-lining for us creative types. Communications minister, Lord Carter’s unveils […]

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Duplicate Content and Search Engines

I was ironing out some permission problems with a WordPress install the other day when I learned a little more about the .htaccess file. If search engines find both www and non-www links from other sites to your site, they may treat https://YourSite.com and https://www.YourSite.com as two different websites with the same content. Trevor Ginn […]

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Online brands and How Businesses can use Social Networking

Dan and I discuss Online Brands and some things to look out for with context sensitive advertising. I chat with Nick Butler of https://www.kyte.tv/loudmouthman about Social Networks and how businesses could be using them. [audio:https://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/AcademyIM/~5/154628261/im030.mp3] […]

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