Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’

Bateman Group by the Numbers

“All work, no play is the best,” said no one ever. Part of the fun of working at the 2013 Communications Agency of the Year is getting great results for our clients. The other part is quarterly beirut tournaments (wrongly … Continue reading

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In communications, good advice can quickly turn bad

This guest post was written by David Spark, founder of  Spark Media Solutions, whose e-book entitled “Hazardous to Your Social Media Health: 50 Previously Condoned Behaviors We No Longer Recommend,”  was released this week. Slap an industry term in front of the words … Continue reading

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January in Review – From Richard Sherman to the Polar Vortex

Starting this month, we’ll be taking a look back at the most notable and buzzed about news of the month from the tech industry,pop culture or anything else that caught our attention. Here’s the inaugural list for January. Let us … Continue reading

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Put your clients on the mainstage with Lanyrd

It’s not always easy to turn a client CEO into a thought leader.  They’ve got to be visible and quotable – in news articles, columns and blog posts. But it’s also important to get them in front of an audience … Continue reading

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Bateman’s Own Elinor Mills Named Top 25 Female Infosec Leaders to follow on Twitter

This week, Information Security Buzz published a list of the top female information security leaders on Twitter, and our own director of content and media strategy Elinor Mills was listed as one to follow! Besides being a stellar tweeter, Elinor … Continue reading

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Daft Punk Album Launch Already a Big Success

Today, Daft Punk, the French electro duo known for producing hits such as “One More Time” and “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger,” released a preview of the group’s new album “Random Access Memories” via iTunes; the full album will be released … Continue reading

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