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H- bday 2 u

SMS is 20. To mark the occasion, The Message looks back at some historically significant texts and assesses the future of messaging It certainly doesn’t feel like 20 years since the first text message was sent. Granted, that’s probably because, in...

Wonderful world

With Christmas fast approaching, online content can remind us of all the good out there… The fact is, Big Brother IS watching us. We’re reminded daily that our actions are being monitored, but all too often that reminder is one that makes us...

Damage limitation

A new ‘scandal’ involving Prince William shows how important careful online content control is when it comes to brand management Back in June, we blogged about the perils of online content – and warned that it could seriously ruin your online...

Celebrities and social media

Where Tick Yes leads, the superstars follow… What do Russell Brand, Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Jack Black, Eddie Murphy, Hugh Jackman, Usher, Pitbull, LMFAO and many, many other celebrities have in common? They have all realised the need...

Pocket-sized news

A new app could be the final nail in the coffin of traditional media, but it could also be its saviour… Newspapers, magazines and other traditional news sources now have another reason to be worried. As The Message has previously reported, the...

Body image

This is how brands should engage through social media content… If you’ve got Facebook friends who like a laugh, chances are you’ve come across this oft-shared post at some stage over the last few weeks: For those who don’t know, Bodyform is a...

Amanda’s story

A young girl’s call for help posted on social media went unanswered. Share it today to help end cyber-bullying It’s the worst possible ending to a cyber-bulling situation: a young girl, faced with what she thought was the only option, took her own...

Aren’t we better than this?

When did social media become so violently antisocial?  It’s a question we’ve been asking ourselves around the office over the past few weeks, and one that we’re hoping will spark some kind of intelligent discussion about how to remove the social...

A vicious circle

The whole issue of social media bullying refuses to go away Are people in the public eye really fair game? Just because somebody appears on television, does it mean it’s OK for others to pass judgement on them or bully them? In Australia, the Robbie...

Socially aware case study

Here’s a great example of content marketing with a conscience Some sites have turned the ‘404 – Page Not Found’ message into something of an art form (or at least a chuckle-worthy  meme), but as the LA Times reports, it is now being put to a far...