Maximilian Tatton-Brown

Maximilian Tatton-Brown

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We must take more pride in analysing how stories are made ...

We must take more pride in analysing how stories ar...

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Death to content: long live the editor

If the saying goes that content is King, today’s warring agendas, varying competence and vulgar chaos would put Game of Thrones to shame....

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Twitter Cards: in the right place at the right time to create a new kind of web

What’s the difference between a tweet and a blog post? What about a collection of tweets and a website?...

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Maximilian Tatton-Brown | Internet Marketing Blog | Econsultancy

May 1, 2014 ... Posts by Maximilian Tatton-Brown from Econsultancy's internet marketing blog....

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Defensive SEO is all you need to know

While practising for my driving test, my instructor was always spouting jewels of wisdom. He also smoked too much and once nearly drove us into a traffic light but I guess nobody’s perfect....

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Tweetbot for Mac is the TweetDeck replacement you have been waiting for

It was a dark dark day for marketers when Twitter bought TweetDeck and closed the old development path in favour of releasing a stripped back and simplified new version....

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15 delicious examples of card-based web design

The rise of the smartphone has ushered in a new way of thinking among web designers and developers, who need to create websites that work on smaller screens....

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Is it too late to save Friends Reunited?

Friends Reunited, the site best known for reuniting old school friends, is preparing itself for a relaunch....

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Twitter can fix journalism's painful paywall problem

I'm as keen as anyone for journalism to become financially sustainable again....

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Cadence, consistency and PR excellence

At one stage, I worked with an email marketing company founded, in part, by a clever Croydonite called Tink Taylor....

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Twitter’s 'action+caption' marches on

It’s a long time since a tweet meant just 140 characters and a little metadata for location....

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A day with Inbox: has Google fixed email?

We all use email differently so here’s my context: I run Inbox Zero + a simple Getting Things Done policy to my email and task list. I’ve been using Mailbox to triage and smash through my inbox, both on mobile and with the new desktop beta....

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Product Hunt, PR tools and my advice for startups

Product Hunt is brilliant. People share new products they’ve found and, in the manner of Reddit and HackerNews, the crowd of readers vote the best to the top....

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Content: What's in a name?

I’ve written before about the difficulties of the word 'content'. It’s too often bandied around in discussions that lose sight of its meaning to viewers versus its importance in their strategy. And that blindness is costly....

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Death to content: long live the editor

If the saying goes that content is King, today’s warring agendas, varying competence and vulgar chaos would put Game of Thrones to shame....