The Rundown Report [ISSUE 10] – 10th January 2014

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Welcome to the tenth edition of the Rundown Report. Weren’t able to catch last week’s report? Don’t worry, you can head over to the previous post to take a look at the best 2013 industry review and 2014 prediction articles. As always, we’ve been trekking through the pages of the best marketing blogs and news websites to find the most interesting and relevant articles for you. Don’t forget to come back here every Friday afternoon to get up to date with the online marketing and social media scene.

Email marketing news and articles

Social media news and articles

  • Introducing Jelly | There are a few new social networks out there trying to take the crown from Facebook and Twitter. This week it’s the turn of Jelly, a new social search app from ex-Twitter employees. Check out this article for more details on what it’s all about.
  • How Facebook news feed changes will affect your brand | Recent changes to the Facebook news feed algorithm could impact your business Page updates. Econsultancy have taken a look.
  • 2014: The year social media hits puberty | Who knows what’ll happen with social media in 2014? In this article, Social Media Today take a stab at what they think is going to happen.

Marketing news and articles

The boredom-buster

  • Koalas to the Max | We all love koalas, right? Well, banish the boredom by unveiling the koala. Can you work out how to do it?

Image of the week


This was captured by someone on holiday in China. This little chap is either an Apple fan-boy from a very young age or this is some kind of strange Apple marketing campaign.

That’s all for the Rundown Report this week. Have a great weekend, and be sure to check out next week’s Rundown Report for more news from around the marketing world. Got any ideas of things we should feature next week? Email your suggestions to me at!