by MarkLives. Once again, for the Most Admired poll, we approached Am I Collective to do certificates to acknowledge the 2015 Agency Leaders.
This year, Marklives approached AM I COLLECTIVE to conceptualise an awards certificate to acknowledge the 2014 Agency Leaders.
2011: The best of MarkLives // Agency stories we covered
2011: The best of MarkLives // Marketing & brand stories we covered
2011: The best of MarkLives // Media stories we covered
South African websites don black on #blacktuesday in protest against the Secrecy Bill.
Regular readers would have noticed that MarkLives recently launched a new look web site. It builds on a proud history with the tech, media and marketing communications industries that stretches back to 1998 when the predecessor to this site, media.toolbox, was launched.
Ultra Mel custard is delicious whichever way you look at it. Agency Y&R took photographs of three beautiful girls and desaturated the pictures. It then made an A1 print of each and rephotographed the print in colour with a drop of Ultra Mel custard strategically placed on each print.
MarkLives is tracking SA newspapers using Twitter to try and gauge which if any are implementing strategies that could benefit both users (followers in Twitter tongue) and publication. We published the first data in December last year.
Twitter, the popular micro-blogging service, isn’t being utilised properly by South African newspaper publishers. Internationally Twitter is being used by media organisations as diverse as CNN and the NYTimes to push breaking news to subscribers. Big name local brands such as The Star, Beeld, Die Burger, the Cape Times, the Sowetan and others are still missing in action. So which South African newspapers make use of Twitter?