The Millennial Perspective: 5 unexpected hacks of social media

Comment

The Millennial Perspective: 5 unexpected hacks of social media

Social media is second nature for Millennials. As a consequence , we often take our intuitive use of technology for granted - what we see as a natural extension of our everyday activities, amazes those for whom social media is more of a hobby, or even a career.

I've had a growing number of conversations to attest to this, and to prevent any future misunderstanding (read: disbelief) I wanted to illustrate some of the more tangential uses of social communities I’ve encountered.

Comment

The Archetypes of Influence

Comment

The Archetypes of Influence

There once was a time when the trickiest part of creating an influencer marketing campaign was amassing that sparse group of Bloggers and Twitterati considered to be “influential.”   

Comment

Introducing Agnostic

Comment

Introducing Agnostic

Today marks a special day (albeit two years in the making).

 

I’m exceptionally proud to announce the launch of our new brand, Agnostic. Shaped by a growing team of more than a dozen Strategists, Creatives, Analysts, Researchers, and Content Producers, we work with clients to create digital experiences that transform the relationship between their brand, their consumers and the cultural trends around them.

 

Comment

Five Online Influencers With Less Influence Than You'd Expect

Comment

Five Online Influencers With Less Influence Than You'd Expect

When I joined Agnostic... Before it was called Agnostic and were just a bunch of digital guys in a PR shop - I wanted to find a way to prove that a high following on twitter does not equal influence. So thanks to a culture of innovation and entrepreneurialism - we were able to develop a web app that does exactly that. 

Comment