• This week’s interesting finds [25/05]

    By Paul on May 25, 2012

    Every week we go through thousands of news posts. Here are 10 interesting and amusing finds for your next tea break today: BBC News – How hard do you work? Behind-The-Scenes: Your Bag’s Journey On Delta World’s First Vertical Forest, Now Under Construction Leap 3D motion control system is 100 times more accurate than Kinect 24 lazy, meaningless verbs...

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  • Domestic utility troubleshooting landing pages – the good, the bad and the ugly

    By Paul on May 23, 2012

    Over the past week we have been looking at self-serve portals catering for utility-related domestic emergencies and troubleshooting. Below we compare 10 landing pages, although the definition of a landing page changes from supplier to supplier, which can make things a bit confusing. Overall, BT, Homeserve and Thames Water have the best landing pages and Orange Broadband scrapes the...

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  • This Week’s 10 Interesting Finds [18/05]

    By Paul on May 18, 2012

    Every week we go through thousands of news posts. Here are 10 interesting and amusing finds for your next tea break today: Urinal Turns Your Pee Into A Rocking Guitar Solo MaKey MaKey turns the world into a $35 input device Ultrabook™: Desperado video ad Pulp Fiction in Chronological Order Volkswagen People’s car project, Hover Car, the flying two-seater...

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  • Examples From Our Intranet & Extranet Portfolio

    By Paul on May 18, 2012

    Most organisations we have recently worked with are grappling with the same challenge: having lost faith in the company’s monolithic intranet or extranet, employees have been creating and maintaining small, unauthorised communities on external social channels, mainly Facebook, LinkedIn Groups or Twitter. Organisations tend to respond in one of three ways: some throw up a fight, caution the perpetrators...

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  • This Week’s 10 Interesting Finds

    By Paul on May 11, 2012

    Every week we go through thousands of news posts. Here are 10 interesting and amusing finds for your next tea break today: Innovator Develops A Mobile-Phone Glove That Lets You ‘Talk To Your Hand’ Youngest Billionaires in the World If Famous Competing Brands Merged, Would Their Logos Look Like These? Visit the Pyramids of Giza With This Interactive 3D...

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  • 5 uses of corporate video to blow the socks off your audience

    By Paul on May 6, 2012

    We have just put our video portfolio on Vimeo which gives me a great opportunity to visit the topic of the use of video in corporate communications. It’s not an accident that, without exception, every company we come across recognises the value of video and wishes that video was more extensively used in both their internal and external communications....

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  • 10+2 Mobile Investor Relations apps to help you plan yours

    By Paul on April 29, 2012

    For most corporations, a mobile app catering for the investors’ voracious appetite for information is still considered a luxury. However, such an app makes perfect sense as not only does it make information available 24/7, but also it plants your brand in the hands of your target audience. Below we are exploring 10 such apps as well as 2...

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  • Evernote mobile app: prime note taking for business (but OneNote looks better)

    By Paul on April 18, 2012

    Note taking is a very basic, if not unglamorous function of smartphones, yet one that can be of extreme importance to anyone who is using their phones for business purposes. Note taking mobile apps come in all sorts of sizes and specs, from the most basic that just allow the creation of humble text notes, to the most lavish...

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  • 10 Interactive Timelines to Inspire Your Content Marketing

    By Paul on April 16, 2012

    Bring your content marketing to life with an interactive timeline. We did some research on the topic for a client and below are our best findings.   British History Timeline Visually interesting timeline created by the BBC and featuring zoom-in functionality and filters. It suffers a bit from the vertical text and the fact that there is no actual...

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  • 350m Smartphones and the Enterprise

    By Gareth Phillips on March 13, 2012

    The conclusions of Forrester’s Ted Schadler and John McCarthy drawn from the interviews with 61 firms that are classed a mobile innovators strikes a number of chords with our experience. It is definitely true that we are in a power shift. Tablet and smartphone sales data tell us that quite clearly. Quite whereabouts along the spectrum of that power...

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