21 April 2015

Tamar’s #DigitalHistory – The Story of Pinterest

With our twentieth birthday fast approaching, we’ve seen many sites come and go – from the highs (Facebook, Google) to the lows (remember Boo.com?!). We’ve seen them all, and we’ve learnt many lessons from them. Throughout 2014, we released a series of infographics which explored the birth and dramatic growth of some of the most famous brands on the internet. …

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22 December 2014

The Top 10 digital moments of 2014 #DIGIMOs

Over the past 3 weeks, we’ve been running down our pick of the Top 10 ‘digital moments’ of 2014, with a bit of a Tamar twist – we’ve been recreating them in Lego! Because why not, hey? We’ve been posting 3 each week on our social feeds, but in case you missed any of them, we’ve gathered them all together …

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29 October 2014

Tamar’s #DigitalHistory – The story of Linkedin

Today we release the latest in our series of #DigitalHistory infographics – The story of LinkedIn. Compared to many of the brands and sites we’ve covered previously (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube) LinkedIn has a more professional-focus, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the most popular networks on the internet today. With over 300 million members, LinkedIn …

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6 October 2014

Tamar’s #DigitalHistory – The story of Instagram

Today marks the 4th birthday of one of the biggest social media success stories of recent years, Instagram. Yes – Instagram has been with us for 4 years (though it feels like more) and we’re celebrating this milestone by making it the focus of our latest #DigitalHistory infographic. The Story of Instagram Whatever your opinion of Instagram, it’s hard to …

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23 September 2014

The only way is Outreach – Social Media Week London

This morning in Central London, Tamar held our annual ‘Social Media Week’ event as part of #SMWLDN. This year we took a look at the tricky world of influencer engagement – and we invited along a panel of experts on the topic to help us out: namely, some expert bloggers. In preparation for the event (and to celebrate Social Media …

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29 August 2014

Tamar’s #DigitalHistory – The Story of YouTube

Today we launch the latest infographic in our #DigitalHistory series – a series which has so far seen us illustrate the story of facebook and Google in two beautiful and in-depth infographics. Having looked at two of the most famous names online, it makes perfect sense for YouTube to be the focus of our newest release. After all, over a …

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24 July 2014

The SocialGames continue – Commonwealth edition

As the Commonwealth Games kicks-off up in Glasgow today, the team at Tamar are once again taking a look at the social impact of the event, both on the sporting brands who surround the Games and the athletes themselves. Just like we did during London 2012, Sochi 2014 and last month’s World Cup, we’re going to be tracking how the …

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15 July 2014

Which players took home trophies in the Twitter World Cup?

As you may have seen over on our Twitter feed, we’ve spent the World Cup watching the players both on the pitch and on social media. Just like we did during the London 2012 Olympics, we’ve been tracking all the athletes on Twitter to see what changes they’ve seen in their social following. We do this for several reasons, not …

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8 July 2014

Has the world got bored of the Tour de France?

Even the most ardent anti-sports people will be hard-pressed to disagree that 2014 is an impressive year for sports. With the World Cup, Winter Oympics and Commonwealth Games all making a massive impact on our senses, plus annual events like Wimbledon, the Marathon, boat race and more ensuring that almost every sporting fan is catered for. As you’ll know if …

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