Kate Matlock is a digital strategist in Ketchum’s London office. Outside of work you can find Kate in the kitchen, the theatre, or in an airport off to her next adventure. A bit of a geek, she enjoys reading up on privacy, trust and changes in behaviour due to mobile and social platforms. Say hi to her on Twitter – @katematlock.
I love to Tweet – and I especially love to #asktwitter. When I don’t know what to do, where to go, what to try, I will turn to the masses and see what answers can be sourced by my followers. Here’s an example, as someone with naturally curly hair, I occasionally complain about it being […]
Welcome to 2013. You’ve made your resolutions to be a bit more organised, have a better work-life balance, and spend more time in the gym than on Facebook. With each new start we tend to look back at the old, learn from where we were, and plan for the future. So isn’t it time you […]
Each year, London looks forward to busy week of learning, sharing and networking during Social Media Week. This year, we here at Ketchum Pleon London got involved by offering our space to host theme and event brainstorms and the advisory board meetings – of which I was a member. Social Media Week London (#SMWLDN) is […]
Google has taken over Rainey Street in Austin. It’s just a short ten minute walk from the Convention Center. No doubt, if you’ve been following the SXSW hash tag on Twitter, you would have noticed that the big conversation has been all about the weather. So you can imagine the delight from Ketchum’s London team […]
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