Nov 24th |

Changes to Twitter DM: The Next Big Private Messenger?

Some of you trigger happy Tweeters out there might have noticed a fair few changes to your social media platform of choice.

Native video sharing and editing, personalized timeline highlights, improved Twitter DM, instant timelines, and a repositioned posting bar have all been released over the last two weeks – all of which aim to make the microblogging platform easier to use for current users and help new accounts settle in.


Nov 24th |
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How a VisitEngland Campaign Made the ‘Staycation’ Big News

Tourism in England generates a massive £97 billion a year. VisitEngland, the official national tourism body for England, sought to increase the number of Brits holidaying at home, helping to create 250,000 jobs.

They turned to myclever™ Agency, a social-first digital agency, for help. With Visit England, we at myclever™ Agency conceived and managed an award-winning “Hall Of Fame” campaign across the brand’s social channels, with a user-generated digital gallery of “great and good” tourism spots and activities. (more…)

Nov 21st |

Getting Fanatical About Demographic Data

There’s nothing more passionate then a stadium full of sports fans.

Being surrounded by them, you can certainly feel every bit of anguish or joy throughout an intense game.

But, these types of reactive emotions aren’t just confined to the stands. In their droves, supporters head to social media platforms to express their love or hate of the beautiful game. (more…)

Nov 20th |

The Silent Majority: Social Data isn’t Representative of Everyone

This post by our Community Manager, Phill, got me thinking about big numbers.

The idea that there are half a billion people lurking on Twitter, viewing tweets but not logging on and actually engaging actively on the platform, made me consider how we in the industry talk about numbers, and the people behind them. As an example, take Twitter’s claim that 4.2 billion people saw Ellen DeGeneres’ Oscar pic. 4.2 billion.


Nov 18th |

Twitter’s 500 Million Lurkers: A Mixed Blessing?

Twitter’s tweets tend to feature in the news a lot these days, embedded in articles, published on papers, and featured on broadcasts. However, in the last month Twitter have been taking the headlines for themselves.

In late October, Twitter’s stock fell the day after the company reported that its active user-base growth had slowed to 23%, compared with 24% in the previous quarter.

Twitter’s total monthly user base now stands at 284 million, some way off the 1.27 billion who use Facebook.