#followfriday is a neat little twitteration where twitters recommend people to follow. As Shel points out in a tweet just now (zillions of followers http://twitter.com/shelisrael/) it’s still a pleasant enough feeling to get a lift of followers every now and then. Today’s great piece in the Financial Times Sweet to Tweet points out that hard […]
No wonder everyone is arguing over revenue. It is an enormous quandary for the leaders of the networks to deal with. Do you encourage digital talent to be together in specialist shops, or try to sprinkle digital magic dust across the traditional firms? Answers on a postcard pls @AlastairDuncan
as witnessed by Forrester http://blogs.forrester.com/groundswell/2009/02/new-research-b2.htm
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All too familiar. Via Wall Street Journal and Gordon Macmillan on Brand Republic – is internal competition at WPP nuts?
Sharing James Cherkoff post. Don’t just call it the Carter Report.
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Back from a glorious skiing effort in the Jura Mountains, which explains the recent blog post free time on www.participationmarketing.co.uk. Sorry about that, but I don’t recommend blogging and driving, nor twittering and driving. I can see why Gordon Brown isn’t getting his round in at various global summits. The pound has shrunk in value […]
Good point Brian. The nature of ‘the work’ has changed. R/GA used to have the tagline “it’s about the work” which changed to “the agency for the digital age”. Quo Vadis, Labor?