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Up coming event: Seriously Social – How to Beat Google

Hatip: Steve Moore.

Seriously Social – How to Beat Google

Hosted by Techlightenment
6.30pm, 29th January 2009
The Hub, Kings Cross, London, UK

Google don’t have a monopoly on groundbreaking approaches to online advertising. Indeed new techniques being pioneered by London based social media agency techlightenment are trumping Google in terms of cost per click (CPC), conversion rates and early stage reach.

If you would like to find out more about this pioneering social networking advertising join us at Seriously Social – How to Beat Google on the 29th January from 6.30pm at London swankiest new chalet The Hub at Kings Cross.

Techlightenment founders Gi Fernando and Ankur Shah and will make short presentations and take questions and if you will have an opportunity to meet the full techlightenment team over drinks and food.

We really hope you can join us!

The techlightenment team

To register:

If you thought there were enough social websites in the world… think again – links for 2008-03-22

Twitter v SecondLife

Archive post, written 8 May 2007.


Everyone knows that everybody is twittering about Twitter these days.

From a marketing perspective this seems like quite a triumph. But what evidence is there for this and to what extent is is just twittering? Using some free tools I thought it might be rather fun to compare Second Life, the previous “most talked about” website in town, with Twitter to see what happened.
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