In this article, Lee Stacey attempts to work out whether or not Twitter is now an ex parrot.
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
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
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.
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
Yes, the topic of this blog post (and probably the content of the tweet you followed to get here) are completely loaded, horrid, spammy and designed to go after easy traffic. The thing is, and we all know this secretly, these things work. Along with the attention grabbing headline, I’m
This is one of those blog posts where I make an observation in the real world and apply my thoughts about it to social media. I’m not going to bother you with lots of statistics or tell you that your Twitter or Facebook marketing strategy is wrong or that I
Twitter’s recent(ish) developer crushing announcement got me thinking. While a lot of independent developers might not like their new rules, Twitter does have the right idea in as much as they want to deliver a consistent experience across all platforms and devices. Shame there’s no sign of that in their
When I hit the “Publish” button on my blog post”Social media suicide – the conclusion” the other day I thought I was done with that topic. I had found out what I wanted and it was now time to move on… that was until I found myself sat on the