There’s a fascinating post on the Twitter Blog that underlines the evolution of Twitter from its conception as a tool for sharing a quick status update into a communications hub. The Tweets Must Flow is a fascinating insight into the world of Twitter, and [...]
Do you know why people call themselves gurus? It’s because they can’t spell charlatan.
The hallmark of a lot of social media campaigns is that they fall under the same lack of scrutiny as an off line branding campaign – the benefits are known to be there, [...]
Every revolution in civilised history, from the Babylonian revolt against the Assyrian Empire through to the ongoing Egyptian riots against Hosni Mubarak has started with oppression. Revolution, wherever it happens begins with an idea that can be shared and ideals that can organised around.
If fear is [...]
Every penny that your business has spent on office space, technology, and recruiting great staff, every advert, every piece of product development, every board decision, every customer interaction, every car in the car park, and every element in your logo contributes to your brand.
Whether you’re a [...]
But they’re part of the same thing…
There was a time not so long ago when SEO and Social Media Marketing were treated as different sides of the same coin, and the people responsible for providing strategic planning in one area would be expected to provide strategic [...]
For all the column inches that it garners, you would have thought that the issue of on line privacy, and the collection of personal data by websites would be a bigger concern for the average internet user. However, when you look at the level of minutiae about [...]
The fundamental difference between old media and new media is the idea of discussion. While TV and print are essentially one way channels of communication, the web is a platform for response. It was conceived as a means of sharing information between locations rather than just transmitting.
To a writer, there are few things as daunting as an empty page. Whether you are writing an essay, a novel, or a blog, the first word is the hardest. Your idea may be fully formed in your mind with an elegant structure and compelling argument in [...]
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