It’s been three weeks. It’s been tough. I’ve felt lost. No I’m not talking about being stranded on a desert island. I’m talking about a digital detox. It wasn’t voluntary. My iPhone has broken, and it’s taken that long to repair.
Going back just a couple of years, it was the all too familiar giant billboards and newspaper ads, showcasing striking images and big bold text, that got your brand noticed. Those days are fast disappearing.
Yesterday morning Twitter was flooded with tweets of concern and disbelief, but what was it that got everyone in such a state? A global crisis?
No. Facebook and Instagram were down. For an hour…
Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube. Many of us spend our lunch breaks or evenings browsing and receiving links to the latest videos, whether they’re educational How-To videos, video blogs or something silly and lighthearted to make us smile.
It’s that time of year again, mince pies in the office, Slade on the radio, and loud knitwear everywhere you look. But over the last few years a new festive distraction has entered our consciousness; the battle of the Christmas adverts.
Social network Instagram launched an app this summer which has proven to be a big hit for a number of brands worldwide.