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London Fire Brigade Eat My GOAL! Euro 2012 English ad

28 June 2012
How the London Fire Brigade uses social media to save lives

Tim Gibbon, director Elemental By Tim Gibbon
The Eat My Goal Euro campaign by the London Fire Brigade (LFB) wants fans to get a takeaway and not to cook after the pub during Euro 2012, but how is social media helping it reach audiences?

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On The Edge London (OTE) logo

21 June 2012
On The Edge London touches down today

Tim Gibbon, director Elemental By Tim Gibbon
New digital marketing conference On The Edge (OTE) London powered by UK Marketing Network (UKMN) kicks-off today at the Congress Centre.

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Frost & Sullivan mastering the social media universe infographic image

8 June 2012
Frost & Sullivan seek to answer social media business questions

Tim Gibbon, director Elemental By Tim Gibbon
Frost & Sullivan compiles research to answer social media business questions and creates a mastering the social media universe infographic.

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Moo Sharing and communication through the ages infographic image

24 April 2012
Sharing and communication through the ages

Tim Gibbon, director Elemental By Tim Gibbon
We’re a communications consultancy, so we obviously love and have a keen interest in communications, regardless of the nature or source. We’re loving this ‘Sharing & communication through the ages’ infographic from 30,000 BC to the present day from print company Moo.

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Reporters Without Borders

3 February 2012
Google quietly enables country specific blocking for Blogger

Rachel Hawkes, account director, Elemental By Rachel Hawkes
Last week Twitter caused a bit of an international stir when it announced it could now block tweets on a per country basis. Yesterday, news that Google had in fact introduced the same thing three weeks earlier (on January 9th). Ironically, the day before Twitter announced its blocks, Reporters Without Borders released its index showing that Australia, the UK and the United States have less freedom of press this year than last.

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