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24 Hours in Social Media {INFOGRAPHIC}

I’ve recently been trying to learn a little more about info graphic design. I’ve always been a fan of data visualisation as readers of my Infographiq blog will know, but I recently stumbled upon  great tool for designing info graphics from templates over at PiktoChart.

Here’s my first shot; I’d love some feedback!…

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The Harrods Pinterest Campaign

The chances are a year ago you may not have heard about Pinterest, but if you’re a loyal Harrods customer (and probably female) then i’d imagine you now have a pretty good idea of what it’s about.

Why?

Harrods ran a very successful Pinterest campaign recently, where by they asked their loyal customers to create boards with the theme “Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Street Party”, the event itself took place over the holiday weekend just passed.…

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Quality Versus Quantity. Why Engagement Matters.

It’s often one of the most sought-after measures from a social media campaign, but in reality the size of your following matters less than the quality of your engagement. Would you rather have 50 fans genuinely interested in your business, who read and engage with your content on a regular basis, or 1,000 who simply are not interested?…

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Pinterest – The New Wave Of Social Bookmarking?

Every few months there is a new social network or platform which is on the rise. Pinterest is a social bookmarking site that focuses on images. Imagine a cross between Stumbleupon and Digg, or Diigo and Flickr. According the the founders Pinterest has been in development since 2009 and a working website since 2010.…

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