Prita Das is a Digital Executive within the Digital Practice at Ketchum London. She joined Ketchum in September 2013 as part of the James Maxwell graduate scheme, and her experience covers digital and corporate communications across the corporate and consumer sectors. When not in the office, Prita can be found baking – and eating – patisserie in the name of practising her French. Feel free to connect with her on Twitter: @PritaDas.
The Oscars, the BRITs… that dress. Brands are constantly jostling each other for a seat at the social media table to extend their visibility and adjust their brand identity. Whether you are looking to social media to appeal to a new target demographic, alter consumers’ current perceptions, or simply explore the added value of a […]
Twitter’s top ten political moments of 2014 Twitter is becoming an increasingly critical communications tool for politicians and political organisations, and so it is fitting that the social platform has released the top ten Twitter political moments of 2014. The most-shared political Tweet was the first Tweet by the CIA, whilst the biggest government and […]
Last week the Ketchum UK Digital team hosted Flashdance for Brands in our London office and criss-crossed London to attend discussions by brands, agencies, and tech companies, all in the name of Social Media Week London 2014… or #SMWLDN. The week-long event hosted a fantastic collection of sessions, and our roving reporters were able to […]
When was the last time you went into a big supermarket and the cashier knew your name? Chances are, it just hasn’t happened, most likely because we expect anonymity when we’re shopping face-to-face. However, that expectation changes when we’re online. Thanks to the marvelous, increasingly affordable amplifying devices we carry (otherwise known as smartphones), we expect […]
Facebook turned the ripe old age of 10 earlier this month. The birthday celebrations included creating a news-reader app, Paper, and trawling through photos of its 1.23 billion users to send them (overly) nostalgic videos of their Facebook lives so far. It’s hard to remember a time when the concepts of poking and liking referred […]
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