Posts by Henry Elliss

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What’s that tweet worth? Analytwics have arrived

14 September 2011 | Henry Elliss

First off, I should apologise for the use of that hideous malapropism in the title – I couldn’t resist! Good news for those of us who use Twitter as part of our marketing plan – […]

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Twitter images, Facebook Privacy, Instagram and more – news roundup

25 August 2011 | Henry Elliss

I should probably point out right at the start of this post that this ISN’T a post about the news about Steve Jobs resigning from his post at Apple. Not because it’s not extremely relevant […]

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Is voting back in favour in the age of social?

17 August 2011 | Henry Elliss

Back in the days when I first started working in search marketing, everything in the world of search was focused on ever-improving and increasingly-complex algorithms. Search engine results for all the main players were determined […]

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Never trust a skinny chef. Or… You can’t work in digital if you only exist offline

1 August 2011 | Henry Elliss

Working in digital marketing is an exciting world. Not only do you get to work on a huge range of exciting campaigns with a wealth of interesting clients, your tool-kit is constantly changing. The tools […]

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Have the IOC changed their mind on social media for 2012?

27 July 2011 | Henry Elliss

Recently I gave a talk at a Tamar client event on the subject of the 2012 Olympics, and specifically how it will affect advertisers and non-sponsors during the period of the Games. One of the […]

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Why I’ve not fallen in love with Google+ quite yet….

11 July 2011 | Henry Elliss

Unless you’re an avid Twitter user, or one of the “early adopters” who either received a beta invite or have been invited by a friend, you may not have had the chance to try out […]

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Facebook may plateau, but the fat lady has forgotten her lines…

23 June 2011 | Henry Elliss

Ever since Facebook arrived on the scene, people have been gunning for it to fail. I remember back in 2007 being asked by somebody from one of the major newspapers: “Facebook seems to be done […]

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France crusades against Facebook and Twitter – but no sign of Google

7 June 2011 | Henry Elliss

In a typically Gallic move, the French authorities this week have announced new regulations to outlaw the mentioning of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter as part of TV broadcasts – unless they are […]

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Facebook brand tagging is a sign of things to come

13 May 2011 | Henry Elliss

Facebook announced this week that it is now allowing users to tag brands in photos, in the same way they’d tag a friend or family member. Currently limited to “Brands and Products” or “People” pages […]

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A Twitter Experiment – The Dangers of Blind ReTweeting

21 April 2011 | Henry Elliss

Yesterday, I did something a bit sneaky. I’d even go as far as to say it was a little bit mean… But it was all in order to make a point, so hopefully those people […]

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