|Job Title||Director of Social|
|Registered Since||13 Sep 2006|
|Areas of Expertise||Online Advertising, Social, Organic/Natural Search (SEO), Community Management, Strategy & Operations|
Jamie is one of the UK's most experienced and successful digital marketing experts.
Now at the forefront of social media insights, Jamie has created BirdSong Social Media Reconnaissance, delivering on demand social media insights to a global audience.
Jamie is an active builder of digital marketing companies, currently growing two companies, advising and investing in others.
Digital Tomorrow Today
Digital Tomorrow Today helps you stay abreast of the coming digital changes with waffle free insights into what we believe are the important changes coming, who the key players will be and, most importantly how you can take advantage of these changes toda
BirdSong - Social Media Reconnaissance
Birdsong is the social media reconnaissance tool that giving you on demand, quantitative analysis and competitive insight in to what brands are doing on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
V4 Technical Technical
V4 provide businesses and corporates with web, cloud, e-commerce and mobile app development services. We're UK specialists in easy to use, scalable and robust platform solutions
Co-Founder, Director of Innovation at Cheeze (DMG)
From December 8, 1999 until March 30, 2009.
Media Director at Grey Interactive
From December 1, 1998 until December 7, 1999.
Digital Media Planner Buyer at Evans Hunt Scott
From January 1, 1997 until January 1, 1998.
New Media Executive at The Media Business
From January 1, 1996 until January 1, 1998.
Creator/CEO at BirdSong: Social Media Reconnaissance
Education and Qualifications
BA (Hons) Communications
Blog posts and comments by Jamie Riddell
- Google Chrome OS: bloggers versus techies, 9 Jul 2009
- Yahoo - smart money has left the building, 4 Aug 2008
- User Generated Content "Build it and they will come", 11 Dec 2006
- Web 2.0 needs to lose the social software thing, please, 14 Sep 2006
- Google – the ultimate marketing tool?, 14 Sep 2006