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Kid Pundits take on BrightonSEO- Hannah Smith

Our final Kid Pundits’ review of the day takes on Hannah Smith’s developing creative ideas: Hannah Smith- Jaws in Space- How to Develop a Pitch for Creative Ideas First you need to come up with an awesome idea! But it’s really hard to determine what a good idea is. My Dad often struggles with this. ...

Apr 10 2015
Hannah Thorpe
Hannah Thorpe

Kid Pundits take on BrightonSEO- Kirsty Hulse

Our second Kid Pundit review of the day takes on some serious technical SEO; it’s a bit complicated to explain so we though Johnny might do a better job: Kirsty Hulse- Schema, JSON-LD & the Semantic Web     What is the semantic web? Is this something to do with spiders? The Semantic web is ...

Apr 10 2015
Hannah Thorpe
Hannah Thorpe

Kid Pundits take on BrightonSEO- Greg Gifford

” If you can’t explain it to a 6 year old, you don’t understand it yourself.” Albert Einstein   BrightonSEO is the conference for anyone interested in learning a bit more about SEO and digital marketing. Organised by the amazing Kelvin Newman, BrightonSEO is one of the few remaining free conferences that offers actionable tips ...

Apr 10 2015
Hannah Thorpe
Hannah Thorpe

Quiz: Which brands have a strong identity on Twitter?

“92% of marketers indicate that social media is important for their business” Social Media Examiner The social media accounts of a company are an extension of the brand, a place where a business can provide real-time insights and interact with their customers in a public forum. There is a careful balance of relatable and professional ...

Mar 31 2015
Hannah Thorpe
Hannah Thorpe

How Does Trust Impact Innovation?

    This month our blog has covered some of the types of innovative thinking that we find fascinating. From new developments in UX to implanting RFID chips, our current environment is ever-changing with businesses constantly competing to create the next big thing. Innovation will only ever be successful if it is welcomed by the ...

Feb 25 2015
Hannah Thorpe
Hannah Thorpe

Why Collaborate?

Here at the Media Flow we have started the New Year by asking ourselves about collaboration and how important it is to successful work. When discussing this one of the first things we noticed was that the word itself can be interpreted differently and this can lead to some confusion; the last thing you are ...

Jan 05 2015
theMediaFlow
MediaFlow

Making Great Infographics: The Data Vs Design Debate

A few months ago I attended a Guardian Master Class on Data Visualisation hosted by Tobias Sturt, Head of creative at Guardian Digital Agency and Adam Frost, Data Visualisation Manager at Guardian Digital Agency. Both were incredibly friendly, down-to-earth and made the class very enjoyable. I highly recommend checking them (and their work) out. Data ...

Aug 15 2014
theMediaFlow
MediaFlow

SESLondon 2014 - From Strategy to Execution: Creative Content Marketing #SESLon

Lisa Myers - Verve Search Lisa starts by defining creativity and creative content and specifies that for her content extends outside of the owned and operated so includes for the client site and for extended networks such as social and online media. Whilst multi-media types of content are all under consideration the key thing that underpins ...

Feb 11 2014
theMediaFlow
MediaFlow

Team MediaFlow at Wirehive100 Awards

Earlier this summer we were announced as finalists in the Wirehive100 Awards – One to Watch category and on Thursday 13th it was time for the team to scrub up, get into our black-tie garb and head on down to the fantastic venue for the awards ceremony, which was Mercedes-Benz World in Weybridge. We were ...

Sep 17 2012
Nichola Stott
Nichola Stott

How Charities can Benefit from a Commercial-Web Approach

If you are a small to medium sized charity, seeking to use your website to facilitate donations; chances are you probably don’t have a large budget to spare on marketing, or numerous and specialised staff for that matter. You probably have a fairly small team, including hard-working volunteers, wearing many hats! You may not have ...

May 22 2009
Nichola Stott
Nichola Stott