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38 Soundbites from the LISTEX 2014 Ski Forum

38 Soundbites from the LISTEX 2014 Ski Forum

Skipedia attended this week’s London International Ski Trade Exchange forum, moderating and presenting at several sessions. There was such a huge amount covered over the two days, it’s impossible to do justice to it all, but here’s a taster of what was under discussion: Ski 2 The Moon There were 90,000 downloads of Skitracks last...
Flaine Impress Again With #Selflaine Campaign

Flaine Impress Again With #Selflaine Campaign

Flaine made an impression with their social media last season, when their pre-season Facebook competition increased their fan base by 7000 in one week. This winter they have taken a different, and even more ambitious, approach with their new #Selflaine campaign – designed by Felix Creation.     Submit your #Selflaine The Grand Massif resort...
London Marathon Charities Show How To Monitor Twitter

London Marathon Charities Show How To Monitor Twitter

One of the roles we fulfil at Skipedia is monitoring social media for our clients. All companies should be monitoring for brand mentions, but sometimes it’s also worth following, or starting, a particular conversation. Today we came across a great example of this, following my own Tweet of disappointment at failing to get a place...
19 Social Media and Digital Facts about Val Thorens

19 Social Media and Digital Facts about Val Thorens

Val Thorens has had a remarkable year, winning a number of awards, most significantly ‘Ski Resort of the Year’ at the World Ski Awards. When we interviewed Gregory Guzzo  director of the tourist office in December 2012 about their rebrand to ‘Val Thorens United’ it was evident that this was a resort with a plan....
Five winners from Channel 4's 'The Jump'

Five winners from Channel 4’s ‘The Jump’

If you are UK-based, then you probably watched (or have at least heard of) the Alpine-themed TV show’The Jump’, recently broadcast on Channel 4. Okay, so it’s not likely to win any BAFTAs, but for its genre – and for snowsports fans – it was decent entertainment. Watching C-list celebrities have a panic attack while flying...
9 Social Media Facts about the 2013 John Lewis Christmas Ad

9 Social Media Facts about the 2013 John Lewis Christmas Ad

Did you know there was a new advert for a shop? Yes, the annual new Christmas ad for John Lewis is now an ‘event’ worthy of reporting by the media. Surely you must have seen it already, so here’s some spurious facts about the coverage it has generated: 1. It cost a lot £1 million for an...