Tag "social media"

Wing launches 24-hour video service to create content for brands on-demand

Wing’s 24-hour video service enables brands to create content at short notice.

Digital Sport London: Finding the Value in Influencer Marketing

Join us and a panel of experts to discuss influencer marketing and how brands and influencers can work together to everyone’s benefit.

Matchday Four: Premier League Twitter Club puts the weekend in context

Every week, Digital Sport and IQUII Sport bring you a run down of the Premier League weekend on social media – here’s the best of matchday four.

Sporf’s Nick Speakman on the state of social media ahead of SportsPro’s TBC

SportsPro’s TBC takes place later this month, where Nick Speakman of Sporf will give his verdict on the state of the social media landscape.

Why Angry Birds’ partnership with Everton is actually great

Everton and Angry Birds have an unlikely partnership, but the content created around it is about as good as it gets from brand activations in football.

Digital Sport London: The importance of Influencer Marketing in a changing world

Brands and influencers have worked together for years, but in a changing world where trust is becoming paramount, how can we ensure that they can continue to work together to everyone’s benefit?

Man United and Wolves made the biggest splash as the Premier League returned to Twitter

The Premier League is back – but according to the numbers, who had the best weekend on social media?

Digital Sport London: Finding the Value in Influencer Marketing

Digital Sport London is back in September with a panel taking a look at how brands and influencers can find value in influencer marketing.

We’re in a new era of football transfer announcements on social media

Transfer announcements are becoming more understated – maybe that means we’ll see some genuinely funny content before the window shuts.

Icons of Rugby tournament merges social media celebrity with live event experience

As sport becomes more and more about the televisual experience, social media needs to be able to complement the physical live event – not detract from it.