A somewhat macabre Monday afternoon blog post, but one that does raise some interesting questions...
- How can you protect your digital privacy after death?
- How will you maintain your digital legacy? Will you opt for a digital resurrection?
- Three Facebook users die every minute, what has happened to their accounts?
This infographic from Australian company, Life Insurance Finder, is an illustrated guide to preparing for death. As well a selection of death-related infographics, the company also provide some useful advice such as remembering not to put passwords for your digital accounts in your actual will as wills are made public at death. That will stop potential frapists in their tracks.
Hopefully none of us will need to worry about this anytime soon, but it's worth bearing in mind that if you don't take the neccessary steps to prevent it happening then the wrong person could end up with all of your unused iStock credits.
Produced by Life Insurance Finder
When embarking on a new social media campaign, the main objectives given by our clients have always been to increase awareness of their brands. Key indicators that help them determine our success are # of fans, # of page views and # of posts. As an agency we strive to de-mystify social media and part of our efforts to do so include allowing clients access to all of our analytical information, which means that these figures are readily available to them and can never be manipulated in order to make us look better.
LinkedIn have released an infographic today with some quite impressive statistics - including the crossing of the 100 million members mark. Interesting that LinkedIn was launched around the same time as Friends Reunited and MySpace.
After years of rejection, most of our clients are now fully embracing social media as a valuable marketing channel, but unfortunately there are still many out there who are yet to realise the importance of a social media presence.
Here are my top 10 reasons for having a Facebook brand page, pulled from some of my client presentations aimed at persuading them to take the plunge:
A particularly memorable childhood holiday was when my parents decided, on a whim, to drive down to Cornwall for a week’s holiday, convinced that we'd find somewhere to stay on arrival.