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How to target mobile users with content marketing

5 Mar 2017

Make your content marketing perform better by connecting with mobile audiences.

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Why brands need to bring social media management in-house

1 Mar 2017

Consultant, Lee Stacey explains how bringing social media management in-house is easy pays dividends.

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Will instant messaging spell the end for email?

22 Jan 2017

Email should be a thing of the past but will instant messaging take the crown? Read on to find out.

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Is Twitter dying or is it just me?

8 Jan 2017

In this article, Lee Stacey attempts to work out whether or not Twitter is now an ex parrot.

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What is good engagement?

7 Oct 2016

Are you effectively measuring engagement on social media?

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Promoted Tweets Annoy Me

3 Nov 2013

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 […]

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Why we are still texting?

13 Mar 2013

This article is in response to Joshua Fruhlinger’s post on Engadget “This is the Modem World: Why Are We Still Texting?“ Joshua’s article explains how silly it is that we’re still using outdated, expensive SMS messages in a world where we’re all carrying devices capable of so much more. In my response, I shall state […]

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App.net Goes Free – Hardly Anyone Notices

27 Feb 2013

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 […]

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My Twitter has been hacked, what do I do?

9 Oct 2012

Every now and then, Twitter seems to get hit by what we in the business call “phishing” attacks. This is where your Twitter account is taken over by a remote source that sends out links via your profile (often by direct message) which in turn infect other accounts. The first rule is of course not […]

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