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Facebook Garage London, May. Adam Graham.

Adam Graham Part 1

Adam Graham Part 2

Facebook Garage London, May. Mat Clayton & Chris Thorpe.

Mat Clayton & Chris Thorpe Part 1

May Clayton & Chris Thorpe Part 2

Mat Clayton & Chris Thorpe Part 3

Mat & Chris’s Slides

Mat Clayton & Chris Thorpe
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Facebook Garage London, May. Josh & Iskandar.

Joshua March & Iskandar

Iskandar’s Slides.

Iskander
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Facebook Garage London, May. Toby Beresford.

Toby Beresford Part 1

Toby Beresford Part 2

Toby’s Slides.

Toby Beresford
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Facebook Garage London, May. Dominic Sparkes.

Dominic Sparkes

Dominic’s Slides

Dominic Sparkes
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Facebook Developer Garage April Slides

Slides from the previous Facebook Developer Garage.

Offerpal Slides: April Facebook Developer Garage
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Clara Shih Slides: April Facebook Developer Garage
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Karl Bunyan Slides: April Facebook Developer Garage
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Kramaley Slides: April Facebook Developer Garage
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Pet Pupz Slides: April Facebook Developer Garage
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Facebook Developer Garage April Videos

Dan Borthwick

David Tenemaza

Matt Beswick

Guest Post: Warm traffic and extreme social media

Post by Toby Beresford of Nudge

Couple of new phrases we’ve been using in Nudge to explain how brands should be using social media.

Firstly social media offers the chance of higher engagement “warm traffic” – users “warm up” on a social app and when taken to another property like a  website are much warmer customers and more likely to convert, i.e. signing up to an online newsletter.  Warm traffic is one of the main benefits of a social network marketing campaign.

Extreme social media is the skittles.com approach where your brand is promoted more by how it is described on social  (what people say about it) and less by what you say about it. It’s a risky approach but if you want to try it – check out http://www.skittlr.com – see what the extreme social media version of my personal Toby Beresford brand might be.

Toby B according to extreme social media tool skittlr