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The world of digital marketing is tough to keep track of, which is why the Digital Marketing Institute held its first members event of 2012 earlier this week. Here's how it went down.
With email, text messages and Facebook, it should be easier than ever to organise friends, right? Not so, says Elliot Goldwater and he's got what he believes is the solution - the GiddyUp mobile app.
These days, no business owners needs to be reminded of the importance of social media, yet what about those who can't keep track of the industry? There's a course for that.
This week in the world of tech, Angry Birds received high praise from one of gaming biggest visionaries, while the Playstation Vita sales figures hit a new low.
Ian Dodson reflects on the changes in the digital landscape over the past three years - and what can be done to make sure online marketing specialists remain at the cutting edge of digital developments.
This week in the world of tech, Apple attempted to keep iPad Wi-Fi troubles on the hush-hush, Mass Effect 3 is getting a new ending and two Chatroulette weirdos got married.
In a post-PC era, marketing has become more social and mobile than ever before. Here’s how to take advantage of the new opportunities afforded.