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SOLID GROWTH PUTS NEXT 15 ON TRACK FOR A GOOD YEAR

April 8th, 2014 - Next 15

By Tim Dyson, Group CEO At Next 15 we have had six months of growth and recorded a strong financial performance across the bulk of our businesses for the half year to 31 January 2014. Overall Next 15 has had a really solid six months – we saw organic revenue growth across the group of …

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Part II – Readability: Your Whenever/Wherever Reading List Online and Off

April 7th, 2014 - Text 100

This is my second post of my four-part series on platform-agnostic digital tools for the BYOD workplace.  Part I on Wunderlist can be read here. Whether I’m surfing the net on my Mac, BlackBerry, iPad or Lenovo, I inevitably fall onto some interesting stuff I want to hold onto for future reference. In the past more »

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What Does “CSR” Mean to You And Your Customers?

April 7th, 2014 - Bite

CSR – it’s a familiar phrase, but do you know what it really means? We know it stands for Corporate Social Responsibility but perhaps, from a business perspective, it looks a little more like “Corporate Self-Regulation.” Traditional CSR has often …

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Clicktivism: Is It Possible to Leverage for PR?

April 3rd, 2014 - Text 100

The Oxford English Dictionary defines clicktivism as “the use of social media and other online methods to promote a cause.” It is said that clicktivism emerged in 1997 with the creation of the website MoveOn.org, targeting U.S. citizens to support and participate in progressive in-country campaigns.. Since then, the rise of social and digital media more »

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2014 – The Year the ‘Free’ Social Media Marketing Gravy Train Derailed

April 1st, 2014 - Text 100

The year 2014 may be remembered by digital marketers everywhere as the year where social media ceased to become a free-to-play platform. Today, the three big social networks – Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn – are all public listed companies with responsibilities to their shareholders to return profits. As a result, we’ve seen an increasing number more »

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