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Electronic Arts' popular Battlefield game has been named the top social brand in 2013 by Social Brands 100. Director of communities, Simon Stokes, reveals how the brand got to the top.
Facebook use is down nine percentage points year on year among UK internet users as people become fed up with marketing on social media sites, claims a YouGov survey.
Ford is using what it claims is Europe's "Super Bowl" moment to kick off a new brand campaign to promote the range of technologies available with its vehicles.
The Social Brands report, in association with Social Bakers, has benchmarked performance across Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
Car marque Nissan has pulled its ads from Facebook after they appeared next to a page making light of violence towards women.
Metro, the free newspaper owned by Daily Mail & General Trust, is backing its new online gaming platform, Metro Play, with a £1.9m national ad campaign using the tagline "More rewarding ways to Metro Play".
Brighton-based graffiti artists Pinky and Barney Chum101 used tweets using the hashtag #LynxAfrica18 to create a homage to Lynx Africa's coming of age.
Grand Visual has hired Ben Putland as production director and Jeremy Taylor as account director.
Microsoft is touting its next generation Xbox One console as the "ultimate all in one home entertainment system", but the jury is out on whether it will prove quite as revolutionary as the brand hopes.
With this acquisition, Marissa Meyer's new-look Yahoo has paid a high price for cool and in the long-term, things are far from certain, says Philip Dyte, paid social media manager at iProspect.
Research from the Pew Research Center points to how Twitter isn't perceived by some teens as a social network in the same way as Facebook or LinkedIn.
DigitasLBi and Razorfish, the Publicis-owned digital networks, have appointed international leaders.
Brands are likely to be more cautious when bidding online for competitors' keywords and phrases following a key High Court ruling, according to a legal expert.
Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has criticised Google for going to extraordinary lengths to avoid paying tax.
First Direct is rolling out its biggest ever ad campaign and repositioning as "the unexpected bank", reinforcing its credentials as a challenger brand against traditional high street banks.
Marks & Spencer has lost the right to bid on the 'Interflora' trademark on Google AdWords, ending a five-year legal battle.
Microsoft is refreshing its Xbox console brand for the first time in eight years with the launch of Xbox One, which the company claims will use cloud technology to provide an "all in one" home entertainment system.
Housing and homeless charity Shelter has appointed Chameleon to work across its online giving platforms.
Barclaycard has launched a live digital campaign with Dare, featuring internet stars including Brett Domino Trio creating personalised songs for tweeters, such as Derren Brown, to promote its Bespoke Offers.
Helen Weisinger, the group chief marketing officer at EDC, is to leave the business at the end of May, as the responsibility for new business and marketing falls back to the group's individual agencies.
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