I’m Tara, one of the account managers in the client services team at Enjoy Digital. The team here wanted to learn more about me so they asked me to answer their burning questions for their ‘new’ new-starter questionnaire. Here goes…
I’m Alix Swinhoe and I’m a 20 year old University Student studying Marketing Communications and Advertising at Sheffield Hallam University. I’ve just completed a placement at Enjoy Digital to find out what it’s like to work for a digital agency, as I believe that gaining work experience in marketing is highly important and will be greatly beneficial both during and after I have completed my degree.
I spent some time with ED’s Social and Content Marketing team and whilst here I completed some digital trends research.
With London Fashion Week being a hot topic, I thought it would be interesting to discover what innovative digital marketing campaigns popular high street retailers have previously used, leading up to one of the world’s major fashion events.
I’ve been asked ‘what is the best CMS?’ a lot by clients this week, the answer always comes down to what is the best CMS taking into account your company operations, business objectives, back-end system dependencies and budget.
To identify the best CMS, make a list of;
Following a guidance consultation for the financial industry in August, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published further recommendations, intended to clarify its approach to assist firms with their approved use of financial promotions in social media.
The regulator was asked for further clarification on what could be perceived as a financial promotion, and where would the responsibility lie with regards to re-tweets, forwarding and sharing.
With loyal fans eagerly awaiting the Apple Watch release, we’re just as eager to see how companies will respond to the challenge of optimising their apps for Apple Watch users. Here are 6 apps (both new and existing) that we think will work seamlessly on the watch.
Stop! I know what you’re thinking…the last thing we need is another social media app to have to learn, get used to, and keep up with using, right?
Well actually, this is a really awesome tool, and will just become a way of life like so many apps have before it.
Coming from a background in retail, and having previously run my own lifestyle store, clothing and particularly footwear have been of interest to me for as long as I can remember. Not in a ‘hype’ kind of way; where following trends for the sake of it is important, quite the opposite- just a love for heritage, quality and simplicity in products that have stood the test of time..
Converse is a perfect example of a brand that has created exactly that. With silhouettes such as the Jack Purcell signature shoe designed by the Canadian badminton champion in 1935 and the 70’s Chuck Taylor All Star OX that has recently been re-released and produced in exactly the same way using the same materials and manufacturing processes that were used the first time around.
Reflecting on their history Converse have recently unveiled their biggest marketing campaign to date, celebrating their best known and longest standing shoe; the Chuck Taylor All Star. A shoe favoured across the largest demographic.
Enjoy Digital have settled in to their brand new EDQuarter premises at 23 The Calls, Leeds; relocating a short distance from their previous location on Maude Street.
The ‘Internet of Things’ has become a bit of a buzz-word in the tech world. It refers to everyday objects that are connected to the internet, and one of the biggest growing areas of the ‘IoT’ is ‘The Connected Home’ or ‘Smart Homes’.
With the introduction of technology such as Nest and the announcement of Nest’s ‘partnership programme,’ the opportunities for turning the everyday home into a ‘smart home’ are becoming more and more apparent.
Be My Eyes is a revolutionary non-profit, all for love app conjured and developed by Danish developer Hans Jorgen Wiberg. The app is designed to connect blind people with volunteer helpers from around the world, via the live video function on iPhones, to provide ‘eyes’ for it’s over 11.7k visually impaired users.