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#BehindtheSelfie with... Chris Rawlinson

This week, we find out what's really going on behind the selfie with Chris Rawlinson, ex-Ogilvy/WPP, now creator of 42courses.com, a learning platform for the creative industries.

By Leigh Andrews 3 hours ago

YouTube Go turns YouTube into offline video portal
YouTube Go turns YouTube into offline video portal

Google's latest app YouTube Go, aims to make it easier for those with limited connectivity to watch videos offline.

By Myolisi Sikupela 6 hours ago

You're a news editor, and you don't even know it
You're a news editor, and you don't even know it

How to get the most out of your Facebook news feed

By Garret Brent 1 day ago

Flying with the Germans: Lufthansa airs fun new commercial
Flying with the Germans: Lufthansa airs fun new commercial

Lufthansa has launched a new image campaign with a fun and entertaining new TV commercial bearing the slogan "More than just a good flight." In addition to the commercial, a digital special edition of the Lufthansa magazine will form the core of the integrated campaign.

23 Sep 2016

Five reasons why every business needs a company blog
Five reasons why every business needs a company blog

Millions of businesses exist on the web today. From web-exclusive business models to decades-old brands that have just recently expanded to the web, you will find a consumer solution for virtually any product or service you need. Because of its ease of use, the internet is a highly competitive place. Search engines and other major internet institutions have had to adapt in order to accommodate this, finding ways to ensure that the information served to users is presenting the most relevant and quality sources. Many businesses are turning to company blogs as one way to rise the ranks of search and beyond. We'll discuss below five excellent reasons why your business needs a company blog.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 22 Sep 2016

Managing your online footprint
Managing your online footprint

Ten years ago businesses in South Africa were not necessarily even aware that they could use Facebook for marketing and driving interest in and engagement with their organisations. Now we are mapping trends in people's behaviour online to tailor the advertising they see when browsing.

By Shaun Evertse, Issued by Eazybranch 22 Sep 2016