Covering off such areas as; where money can be made in social, the ethics of marketing in an online space, the new soon-to-be enforced ASA remit and also how to protect yourself legally when things go wrong – the panel was an informative and enlightening group that fielded questions from the chair, Justin Pearse, and the inquisitive audience in the room.
Molly will be back here later with her thoughts on this event (and a few others) but for now, here’s a two minute audioboo interview captured [by @thinmartian] with Miss Flatt, just after the panel came to an end…
With two days of Social Media Week left to go, you can keep track of where our ‘heads are over the next couple of days with this handy blog post.
That’s what the super-smart bods over at New Media Age have said we are anyway –
Each year, NMA release their ‘Top 100 Interactive Agencies’ league table and, although we’re not in the overall rankings, we have been given the rather prestigious nod in the â€˜Ones to Watchâ€™ section.
As they say themselves –
“‘This section in the guide lists agencies the publication believes has done some exciting work over the past 12 months and has really tried to be innovative in their approach to digital.”
Thank you very much New Media Age, we’re honoured to be included.