27 May 2014, London – Don Elgie, the former Group Chief Executive of insight and communications group Creston plc, has joined social media management agency Emoderation as Non-Executive Chair. Elgie announced his retirement in March this year from Creston plc, the £75 million revenue FTSE company he founded in 2001. Creston’s brands include Nelson Bostock, […]
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Analysts at eMarketer forecast that by 2017 more than 287 million people in Latin America will be regular social media users. At Emoderation, we’ve been watching the developments of the social media landscape in Latin America for some time, and it’s an area that we’ve long wanted to explore. We already have a team based […]
Aware that Feedburner is rumoured to be on its way out, the Emoderation blog RSS feed switched over to Feedblitz some while ago. The email subscriptions migrated smoothly, but you will need to change your RSS settings yourselves. If you are reading this blog via RSS feed, please be sure that you have this address […]
In May, Yahoo agreed to buy Tumblr for $1.1billion. In a post announcing the acquisition, CEO Marissa Mayer assured users that Tumblr would operate independently of Yahoo, with David Karp remaining as the micro-blogging platform’s CEO. Yahoo intends to deploy its “personalisation technology” and search infrastructure to help users to discover new bloggers and content. […]
Team eModeration had a wonderful time at our well-placed encampment at the iStrategy conference in Miami (23 & 24 April 2013). CEO Tamara Littleton delivered a six-minute iPitch to the iStrategy judges and crowd on eModeration’s ground-breaking ‘Social Media Simulation’ training tool. Here’s the story! View the story “eModeration Crisis Simulator iPitch at iStrategy, Miami” […]