Email should be a thing of the past but will instant messaging take the crown? Read on to find out.
In this article, Lee Stacey attempts to work out whether or not Twitter is now an ex parrot.
Are you effectively measuring engagement on social media?
I've been wrestling with the subject of promoted tweets for a while and I think I've come up with a solution. A solution that makes me feel better, at least. Promoted Tweets Aren't That Bad They really aren't. Actually, they're a good thing and I fully support them. Provided they are relevant to me, that … Continue reading Promoted Tweets Annoy Me
The social network for nerds, App.net now has a free option for users who don't want to splash the cash. The news seems to have had very little impact on the world outside the network. Before the change, users could only use App.net if they paid $36 per year or $5 per month. The theory … Continue reading App.net Goes Free – Hardly Anyone Notices
Perhaps the title of this rant is a little unfair. Google+, in itself, is pretty good. It's me that is the problem. In fact, it's my dual identity. I use Gmail as my main mail provider. Can't fault that, it's been great for years. Naturally this same account is what's at the core of my … Continue reading Google+ is a bloody nightmare
Really, Facebook? REALLY?
With social media in its autumn years as a "thing", most brands in English speaking countries are finding their way on to Twitter, and quite rightly too. It's a party you just can't afford to miss. Unfortunately, it feels like one of those dysfunctional parties where nobody really knows anyone. Some are there with an … Continue reading Should all brands engage on Twitter
When it first appeared on the scene back in 2010, the idea behind social network Path was that you could have a more personal space, for sharing moments with those really close to you. This being the all important factor, you were limited to only 50 friends. The other (almost) unique factor was that it … Continue reading Path – my favourite social network
The worn out and trite epitome of simple marketing suggests that “People buy from People”, although a quick google for this phrase suggests it may not have a single author to its credit. Rarely has anyone ever said to me “Google tells me this is an excellent product”, instead recommendations come in the form of … Continue reading To err is human; to follow divine – guest post by @Loudmouthman