This week we had the pleasure to work alongside David Mathison and his fantastic team at the chief digital officers summit, which was held at the BBC.
We trended on Twitter, which is a real breakthrough for an event of this size, considering they only had 120 delegates making it truly remarkable. The first time in fact that they have trended and they usually have 2000+ delegates.
They had fantastic speakers and delegates from all areas of digital and entrepreneurial sectors, from agency owners, public sector CDO’s and some serious IT veterans who have built multi billion dollar global enterprises. Here is a link to the Twitter list of some of the speakers https://twitter.com/NatSchooler/lists/cdo-speaker-2014
We at the Social Dojo have all sorts of other event promotion strategies up our sleeves. The BBC risk assessment restricted us this time, as we only found out we were attending two days prior! Continue reading →
Over the last few weeks I have fortunately had the opportunity to train a new team member and this in itself was an exciting prospect, the problem was I actually didn’t realise how addicted to technology and in particular social media I was. Continue reading →
IBM, much like Adobe, Oracle and other large tech businesses are attempting to provide a one stop shop for automation tools, these tools can be used for automating mobile marketing, social media, email marketing and even trigger a letter to go out in the post.Continue reading →
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