May Intel


Posted on June 4, 2015 by
A round up of all the digital intel from this month.   Pinterest Video Ads.   Pinterest are stepping their ad game up. Working similarly to Promoted Pins, the all new ‘Cinematic Pins’ are motion based adverts that appear alongside in your feed. Rather than play automatically, they detect how quickly the user is scrolling and move […] Read More
Analysis Category
How To Lose Instagram Followers, A$AP.


Posted on June 3, 2015 by
If you know of rapper A$AP Rocky, you know he’s always one that a step ahead of the game in art and fashion. Recently, he took to his Instagram to show his appreciation for art, in a way that may have pissed off a lot of his followers…   Rocky posted what he called a […] Read More
Music Category


Posted on May 21, 2015 by
A horror film about social media – clearly we were first in line to see this one. Warning! This review contains spoilers… But to be fair you definitely can guess the plot from the name.   Originally released as ‘Cybernatural’, Unfriended is a mixture between Paranormal Activity and a council produced pamphlet on the dangers of […] Read More
Film & TV Category
Facebook Fun


Posted on May 20, 2015 by
One app that has had a lot of care and attention from the Facebook team lately is Messenger. One of the biggest stories to come out of the annual Facebook F8 conference was the news that 39 additional free apps had been created that you can download straight from the Messenger platform. It’s no longer […] Read More
Analysis Category
‘Instant Articles’, welcome to Facebook.


Posted on May 13, 2015 by
“Beautiful experience”, “living, breathing article”, “refined”. These are some choice words straight from Facebook’s mouth to describe their new “Instant Article” feature.   It sees the introduction of integrated features for articles on Facebook that can utilise audio captions from the author, instant auto-playing video as you scroll, panning pictures, animated maps showing where pictures […] Read More
News Category


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