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2018

May

Royal Wedding 101

We had a little party on the eve of Harry and Meghan's wedding hosted by our two English colleagues which turned into a lesson in all things British.  Our editorial content director Jackie Shorey organised the do which was replete with cucumber sandwiches, Pimms, Victoria [...]

18

2018

May

GIF GIFs a chance

If you subscribe to our weekly newsletter, Click2View Confidential, you'll have seen that it's now adorned with a spiffy GIF, created by super-talented Ernie Sulastri Kahar Muzakar, who leads our design studio. If you'd like Ernie to come up with some ideas for you, just get [...]

21

2017

Nov

Episode 2 – Viddsee’s Derek Tan and film maker Neal Moore

Recently dubbed one of the new media mogul's of Asia, Viddsee co-founder Derek Tan talks with Click2View CEO Simon Kearney about his short-film streaming platform's increasing popularity. We also talk with film maker Neal Moore about his new project chronicling the [...]

11

2017

Oct

What are we doing lately?

By Simon Kearney, CEO (This is post is constantly being updated.) October 11, 2017 We’ve recently been re-engaged by Microsoft (yay) to create #people stories so it has been a chance for me to reflect on and share [...]

02

2017

Oct

Podcast: On Hollywood, Heroes, Content and CEOs

Miguel Bernas of Mediacorp was my guest on Click2View's inaugural podcast, and we explored the need for brands to create transmedia content (which I'm sure used to be multi-media). And how Hollywood has shown the way on this. We also looked [...]

05

2017

Sep

Content best practice: earning respect and trust

I saw a quote the other day from the founder of a very successful American SEO company that offers a useful insight on how to deliver best practice in content marketing.  "The best way to sell something: Don’t sell anything. Earn the awareness, respect and [...]

29

2017

Aug

It is important to get your content started with some strategy

By Simon Kearney, CEO and editor-in-chief Ifyou read Gary Vaynerchuk, which you probably should, the trick to succeeding in content is just starting. And he’s absolutely right. When he gets down to explaining his view, there are a few strategy basics he talks about - [...]