Sponsors

Monthly Archives: August 2013

0

TREND.Facts: August 29

TRENDAFRiCA August 29, 2013
Bloggers as a communication platform has given rise to the African blogger. They have the ability to converse in real-time about current affairs and have therefore given the everyday individual a voice. The effect of this has seen a rise in community building, empowerment through information sharing and is in many cases, a political change driver.
Continue Reading »
0

Branding for good for Millennium goals

TRENDAFRiCA August 28, 2013
Added Value South Africa explores how brands can, in partnership with government and NGOs, help uplift the world’s poorest people, as the world nears the 2015 deadline for meeting the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDG) agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions.
Continue Reading »
0

TREND.Facts: August 23

TRENDAFRiCA August 23, 2013
A recent report published by a large storage vendor, highlighted that close to 74% of IT decision-makers in South Africa are not confident they could fully recover after a disaster. The report also highlighted that Disaster Response (DR) plans are usually only reviewed after a disaster and not before, and that IT budgets often don’t really take DR plans or the need for them, into cognisance.
Continue Reading »
0

TREND.Facts: August 22

TRENDAFRiCA August 22, 2013
Conclusions from the latest latest Global Webindex Study is that the major social media networks are still growing worldwide, with mobile being the main driver. Facebook’s active usage level is very high with an incredible 82% engagement rate in terms of the proportion of active users to account holders. Next highest is Twitter (62%), Google+(60%), Pinterest (53%) and Linkedin rounding out the top five at 51%.
Continue Reading »
0

TREND.iNSIGHT: Social Communications Part III

TRENDAFRiCA August 21, 2013
Brands have an unparalleled opportunity to position themselves via content and storytelling. Content marketing, once the preserve of the PR industry, now forms part of all integrated marketing strategies and the lines of communication are blurring. PR practitioners need to be on top of their game to remain in control of earned media.
Continue Reading »

Login to your account

Can't remember your Password ?

Register for this site!