Blaise Grimes-Viort, our Chief Services Officer, has an interesting piece up on Campaign US. In the wake of the bombshell testimony given in the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism, ‘Why Facebook…
A question which many clients asked this summer was, “How should my brand behave on social on 9/11?”. We discussed and debated. The conversations were patriotic, philosophical and often emotional. But then…
Lisa Barnett, our Director of Content and Innovation, gives her opinion in Adweek on why groups for pages is a great start from the social network giant Facebook. In ‘Facebook Groups for…
We’ve submitted four amazing proposals to be part of the 2018 SXSW conference. Help us out by voting for them.
We’re in the age of the always-connected customer. For brands, there’s big benefits to be gained from being set up to engage your audience when they’re online, not just in business hours.
As part of its fight against fake news and spam, Facebook has removed the ability for Pages to modify link previews. However, it’s causing problems for brand Pages posting legitimate content. How can brands work around it?
Elizabeth Koenig, Account Manager at The Social Element, writes on The Drum about how important social science is when assessing the potential impact of a media campaign.
We’ve been named as a finalist for the Advance Award for Attracting and Retaining Talent in the 2017 BIMA Awards.
The Social Element was named Social Agency of the Year at the recent Corporate Social Media awards in NYC.
Blaise Grimes-Viort, Chief Services Officer at The Social Element, has a piece featured in AdWeek looking at how brands can protect against a social media hack.