January’s customer community highlights: 2019 anticipations, the cost of Open Access, the power of memories and more
Want some community or content inspiration? We’ve picked out some of the highlights on our customer communities this month...
Marketing technology is a hot topic all year round but over on the Oystercatcher Club network, OMD UK have taken the opportunity to predict what we’re going to see in 2019 (both physically and virtually!). The agency also expects brands to ‘continue to make a stand’ this year to empower their audiences.
Members of Springer Nature’s scientific communities will now be able to find a ‘Read the paper’ button on associated posts. This ‘Behind the Paper’ post on the Nature Microbiology community, for example, links effortlessly to the full research published on Nature.com.
Tackling the consistently hot topic of OA publishing, Andreas Hartig argues on the FEBS Network that there’s no such thing as a free breakfast, nor free publishing.
We use memories to define ourselves, which could make them a powerful tool in the fight against adolescent depression. Adrian Dahl Askelund (University of Cambridge) discusses his masters project over on the Nature Behavioural & Social Sciences community. .
A great example of some of the sponsored content across our communities, this piece from Money Marketing on Vitality’s The Value Exchange discusses 6 steps to enhance your chances of prospering this year.