glass

Shattering content for social media

We social media lot are unique. The job requires many skills and ‘special’ characteristics- creativity, organisation, energy and a love for everything techie. The campaigns we run seem effortless from the outside but trust me, every tweet, Facebook post or LinkedIn update requires meticulous planning. Generating leads, increasing brand awareness or improving engagement doesn’t happen…

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future

Booking dinner, with a side order of social media

Ok! I’m going to share with you all what I honestly believe the power, potential and future social media could be (but you’ve got to promise that you’ll continue reading- as what I am about to say is a little “out there”). Social media has the power to change how we do “everyday” activities and…

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bike

Pure Blogging – 4 new blogging platforms for 2014

There are now countless blogging platforms on the web that specialise in a multitude of great features but which of these features do we actually need? Some of the most innovative new blog platforms strip away the list of add-ons and focus on the basics. Now, more than ever before, they are getting it right…

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monacle

Social media does April Fools

Out of a plethora of April Fools pranks yesterday, there were some innovative, stand out ideas that showcased some of our digital friends’ creative thinking at its best. Here are some of the best; with ideas ranging from the weird, wacky and downright genius. With LinkedIn’s recently announced Product and Service tab retirement, you can’t…

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cloak

How to lose friends and alienate people

With the ever increasing world of social apps encouraging us to connect friends and family, the new app, Cloak has been developed to specifically help you avoid people you don’t want to see…think exes, co-workers and the guy who likes to stop and chat. It has been dubbed the ‘antisocial’ network. The brainchild of Brian…

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