We've recently introduced you to Scott Morrison, a former Diesel UK marketing and commercial director who has launched his Business Accelerator. Today we present some of Scott's routes he took in order to grow, unlock and polish creativity, the one he has been recognized for by the global advertising and brand giants. His guide to success will surely help you look up to him and shape your way to reach the same.
Netocratic introduces you with Scott Morrison, until recently a marketing and commercial director at Diesel. With 20 years of experience with global agencies and brands, he's set up as a Business Accelerator - facilitating outstanding business acceleration by helping organisations focus on the right things and the right people in their business. This unique brand embellisher, a creative leader and a marketing expert is a great visionary whose creative mind reaches another level, the divine one, the one yet undiscovered by us mortals.
Imagine a highly visual, social media, management platform, the kind you could've never dreamt of, the one that leaves you breathless, the one you can no longer live without. Just when you thought it couldn't possibly exist here comes Falcon Social and undeceives all your beliefs.
Are you a fan of .ME? If so, check out this great way of rewarding fans! .ME is rewarding your support and love by offering you this simple loyalty program based on .ME sharing and promoting on social media.
We talked to Brian Carter about social media business, how to get noticed for what you do and what to expect out of 2014 social media world.
As a Keynote Speaker, Consultant, Author of Social Media books, Search/Social Marketer, Brian is also a stand-up comedian for which he claims it helps him having an edge over competitors. Talking about some of them for Netocratic, he is about to motivate you to change, improve and renew your social media policy in 2014.
seznam.cz and StartupYard presenting a new level of co-operation.
seznam.cz is opening a part of its text search technology to all start-up teams with an interesting project that needs pre-crawled data from the Internet to start their business. Startupyard attracting the most promising European data, search or analytics projects and accelerating them towards becoming viable businesses.
'Keepie uppie' used to be a football word for describing a skill of ball juggling, but today we present the same word as keeping up-to-date with all your Pages you've liked as a Facebook fan. Manageyourlikes.com, a new tool for Page likes management, created by Czech digital agency Apploud Digital and the social media consultant we've recently introduced you to, Adam Zbiejczuk. This useful tool offers a simple management of all the Facebook likes you've been collecting but also for keeping up to date about what's hot and what's not on Facebook.
During the recent Marketing Festival in Brno, Kate Morris from Distilled talked about how to develop a business content. Presenting suggestions of what a real content should be, Kate explained that content a whole project, not just a page or a computer graphic.
Have you got what it takes to be a part of the powerful Social Media? Meet Adam Zbiejczuk, a social media consultant from Brno, Czech Republic. Adam studied Media studies. Thanks to MA theses titled Web 2.0 he was hired by mBank to take care of its online communication, worked in Ataxo/H1.cz agency, teaches social media course on Masaryk University in Brno, co-owns Influencer.cz and founded Babel Guide - your guide to Social Media in CEE. Last August he organized Babel Camp, the first Social Media Barcamp in Central Europe and he's here on Netocratic to tell you something you still might not know about Social Media.
The Google Earthquake, presented by Cyrus Shepard at the Marketing Festival in Brno, provided an insight into some very dizzying changes Google made in the last few years. As a Senior Content Producer in MOZ, Cyrus Introduced facts about the future of Search and Online marketing and carried out some interesting strategies for future-proof results.
This week we had opportunity to cover the announcement of airtAI, a Croatian fintech startup whose solution is based on artificial intelligence and is directed towards smaller banks that want to better assess the needs of their clients. Exclusively for Netrokracija airt’s CEO Hajdi Ćenan reveals the details.
Applications that control the operation of oil platforms and plants for the processing of derivatives are directly responsible for a safer and cleaner world, and one of the best is created largely in Croatia.