If you managed to catch my Diary of a Daydreamer post, we’ll know that for the duration of August I worked as a Social Media Intern for Harkable. I wanted to put together a quick post directing you to the blog articles I submitted for Harkable during my time there.

harkable_logoEstablished in 2011, Harkable is a creative social technology company based in London. The Harkable team, made up of Will Francis, Chris Harris and Ashley Ford, has a unique knowledge of social media marketing and their expert, award-winning consultants have a broad range of experience working with a number of brands including Trinity Mirror, Myspace, Veuve Clicquot, Volkswagen, DDB, OMD & Virgin.

Harkable’s creative approach to social technology combines a passion for building innovative and exciting solutions to reach consumers, alongside a strategic and analytical method in everything they do. In short, Harkable have the ability to build the website as well as building an audience around it.

The first post I wrote for Harkable titled Social Media vs. Search Engine Marketing [Video Infographic] outlines the relationship between Social Media Marketing and Search Engine Marketing and it’s successes and “failures” throughout different areas of Digital Marketing.  Click the image to be redirected to the post.

The second topic I chose to cover was the rise and interest in Pinterest users. I joined the site a few months back simply to see what all the fuss is about so I have been interested in the various articles popping up around the web about the rapid growth in users. Click the image to read the article.

Data Never Sleeps, is the third published article displaying an infographic about how much is going on on the internet every minute. For more Social Media Marketing Infographics follow my board on Pinterest here, http://pinterest.com/emmarosetully/social-media-marketing/. Click the image to be redirected to the Harkable post.

From my year internship at FC Business Intelligence I spent a lot of time on Email Marketing, each week I sent out a newsletter to over 25,000 subscribers so I often had the chance to try and test different methods of e-marketing communication. This led me to write an article on the top Email Newsletter Mistakes and how to avoid making them. To find out what the top email newsletter marketing mistakes are click the image.

What better opportunity to analysis the success of social media than during the London 2012 Olympics? Interested in finding out how much of an impact social media had on this years games? Then click the image!

Finally, Emma the intern answered in 10 questions. You know what to do…