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Robert Fransgaard
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Attended Skolen for Visuel Kommunikation
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The Internet, and Customers, are moving faster and faster. How can we catch up?
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Photo used with kind permission by Levi Neeson. I've been a fan of Jenna Marbles' YouTube channel. They are my guilty pleasure online. Light entertainment… or so I thought. Recently Jenna celebrated her 200th video and 4 years on youtube that has turned into a career for her.
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Going out to George, advisor to the RiteTag project, I show what I look at when deciding on hashtags, and the  #valueproposition  of just one of the RiteTag features: the Chrome button.

The Chrome extension is free and the share/schedule button is just one part of it.  However, it's the cornerstone, since everything you share with a URL and hashtag(s) powers your Top Performing Tags: showing you which hashtags get you real return.

#socialmediaoptimization   #hashtagmarketing  
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wow... I want to start up again now as well! 

...but Bastok??? dude!
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Key tip covered in this video is that many Japanese READ/WRITE English while they may not speak English. Always carry a notepad and pen if you do not speak Japanese.
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On 15th Jan I turn 40. Help me make my birthday my best ever by making a donation to my campaign for clean water! http://t.co/7SBKiCJ3Ye
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Linkedin is a social network for your profesisonal self. This article looks at how to decide which connections are helping your career and which you should stay
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With today's vast digital estates there should be no surprise that sometimes there's a glitch in the matrix even for the most pixel-perfect companies. When I spot something out of order I normally make a point of letting the company know, but after the experience I recently had, I probably won't ...
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haha, you are right. Yes, cocktails always sounds like a good idea :)
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I just love his view on wine
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Hmm. Velly interesting Miss Moneypenny.
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Creative Director, SalesForce Experience Design (XD), EMEA
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  • Salesforce.com
    Creative Director, 2014 - present
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Self-proclaimed digital native. Always tweeting, never offline.
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A self-proclaimed digital native whose thumb is rarely seen more than 2 inches away from the nearest 'Tweet now' button.
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Previously blogging for the award-winning Capgemini Capping IT Off blog http://www.capgemini.com/technology-blog/
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  • Skolen for Visuel Kommunikation
    Design, Typography, Art History, Business Economics, 1995 - 1998
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Great Japanese place with a real authentic Japanese feel to it. Great food, great staff. highly recommended.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is a gem of a restaurant. Great curry to very low prices. To get the same quality elsewhere in London you'd pay at least 50% on top.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
I just returned from a week in acTokyo and chance would have it that the first restaurant I visit returning to London was a Japanese one near Mornington Cresent called Asakusa. The food here is great! In any way comparable with the quality food we had in Tokyo. How could I have missed this brilliant Japanese restaurant only a mile from where I've lived for the past 7 years?
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Rama provides a somewhat unique Pan-Asian cuisine in that it is very posh but also very good. You don't get that often. Perfect! Still I am only giving it 4 stars as you have to be a 50st James Street member to get in so it is somewhat inaccessible to most.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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Found this over the weekend in Camden. Only been there once so far but really impressed. Very friendly staff, decent volume on the music allowing people to talk and best of all: They do proper American pancakes. I think we've found our new breakfast place in Camden.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
waaay too expensive... Beers too expensive, wine too expensive (any other pub in near proximity is both cheaper and more cosy) Food too expensive... Burger is around £8, if you walk 3 minute further down the road you come to Hache with best burgers in London for less than that. I'll still give Camden Eye 1 star purely for the view.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Brass Rail in Selfridges is easily one of the best affordable places to eat on Oxford Street. Somewhat single-minded menu of Salt Beef but if it's that good why sell anything else? Make sure to get a Fentiman cola, ginger beer or Lemonade. They are equally great.
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reviewed 5 years ago