Right, I’m fed up again so it’s time for another rant. This time it really is in your interest to read this and more importantly to probably take some action.
People often complain about the privacy settings on Facebook, they are too open, people say. It’s true that the default settings pretty much allow anyone [...]
I’m about to go on a rant. You might not like it, but tough, it has to be said.
How many people have seen a post like this on Facebook?
All of you? Thought so.
Well let’s just take a step back and really look at this. First up, I go on Facebook [...]
In the past it was always easy for a business to segment its communication with the outside world. When they had a new product, service or special offer, the sales and marketing team got to work and fired up the creative juices to create an innovative ad campaign, when something went wrong the PR team [...]
Regardless of what we think of social networks, there’s little doubt that they are here to stay. Will Facebook , Twitter and the likes still be here in five years? To me that’s still open for debate, just look at the likes of Friendster and MySpace. There is always the possibility that something else will [...]
Time to set the record straight and try to kill off three myths about Facebook.
Recently I’ve seen more and more posts “Check out who’s viewed your Profile!” Facebook DOES NOT let anyone see who has viewed their profile and it never has. Click on this link and all that will happen is all your [...]
General Motors have pulled $10 million worth of paid advertising from Facebook as they believe that they don’t work. I’ve heard and read many other people say that Facebook ads aren’t worth spending money on and that they no longer pay attention to the adverts that are displayed on their newsfeed. There have even been [...]
Twitter now has 10 million active users in the UK and that equates to about one in six of the population. What’s really interesting though is the fact that 80% of these users are accessing Twitter on a mobile device.
To me that has major implications for all sorts of businesses out there. [...]
It amazes me just how intuitive kids seem to be using modern technology. At a younger and younger age they seem to just know how to do stuff. My 10-year-old nephew regularly gives his Grandad tutorials on how to use the iPhone, despite not owning a mobile phone of his own.