1000heads: Two #smwldn minutes (with Molly Flatt)


Last night, chief word of mouth evangelist here at 1000heads, Molly Flatt, was asked to appear on the DMA Social Media Council’s panel for ‘Social Media, Direct Marketing and Making Money‘.

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.

Until later…

1000heads: SMWLDN: Social Media Surgery

Social Media Week is coming!

If you’ve not heard about it yet, it’s pretty big (with events being held all over the world) and it’s only going to get bigger.

Globally, we’re going to be keeping ourselves busy supporting different activities on behalf of the headline sponsor (who also happens to be one of our clients) while locally, here in London, we’ll be doing our bit in the office with our very own:

“What the hell is that then?” – I hear you cry…
Allow me to explain:

To kick Social Media Week off with a bang, we’ve decided to setup the official #smwlondon / 1000heads Social Media Surgery.

With resident ‘Doctors’ Molly Flatt (WOM Evangelist), James Whatley (Marketing Director) and Tim Denyer (Group Development Director) each giving up their day to help all and sundry with their social media ailments, why not make an appointment now?

Tim’s your man if you want to talk integration, performance and measurement

Molls specialises in ethics, training and social business

And James (that’s me) will bring you the low-down on engagement, tools and presences

One-on-one private sessions are available (as are larger group sessions for up to eight people) throughout the day, and coffee and biscuits (quite nice ones) will be provided. While we can’t guarantee all problems will be solved immediately, we can promise to bring a little TLC to those in need.

If you’re interested in coming, head on over to our specially set up Social Media Week Amiando page and book yourself an appointment!

The Doctor will see you now… 😉