Facebook have released some fascinating, if not surprising stats on the impact of the Like button, both internally and externally.Read More
Anthony’s book “You and Your Web Shadow” if you haven’t read it is quite simply great. Insightful and, for me, is written by someone I KNOW, knows what they areÂ talkingÂ about because they have done it – loads of it.
I’ve missed a couple of Anthony’s presentations, but here is the one thatÂ accompaniesÂ his book. Enjoy.Read More
OK, so I know I have a downer on infographics, but credit where credit is due – this is really useful. The key stats from the world’s most important blogging platform – WordPress.
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So, Facebook Places went live sometime this morning. As I wasn’t on the 5 o’clock feed, I suspect I missed the fanfare announcement, but this morning woke to friends declaring “Joe Bloggs checked in at…” (p.s. I don’t actually KNOW Joe Bloggs).
And that was it. They checked in at…so that’s useful, very helpful and, er…well nothing else really.
Thanks to a VPN, I’ve been using Places since early September and found it to be nothing more than a pin in the online map of where I am, but hereÂ is Facebook’s version of what the system is supposed to do:Read More
Great initiative to promote a film. Film, cinema marketeers, please be aware that this is a one-off stunt that you should not consider copying. Once is enough.Read More
So, as you will all now no doubt have heard, Twitter changed overnight for some people into a much more media rich experience, allowing you to view media in-line (well, at the side anyway) with a view to making the web-version of the service much more engaging – and therefore visited.Read More