15 February 2013

Twitter to start valuing your tweets – how will yours fair?

In an announcement this week, targeted at their Developer community, Twitter have launched a new attribute to their API which ranks/values individual tweets based on their effectiveness. Before you switch off and say “Twitter have API’d what to their Whosit now?”, let me clarify – whilst this is currently a “behind the scenes” change which will only be visible to …

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4 February 2013

Superbowl – The effect for Twitter and Brands

We weren’t just looking for sporting wins in yesterday’s 2013 Super Bowl! Our eyes were on Twitter. The 2012 Super Bowl created an average of over 10,000 tweets per second and peaked at an outstanding 12,000 tweets per second. So we wanted to see if this year’s Super Bowl could break any more records. Odds-makers were expecting 17,000 tweets per …

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31 January 2013

The Tamar Team’s Twitter Take-over!

There’s nothing wrong with encouraging a bit of enjoyable competitiveness, which is why every day until next Friday 8th February (weekends not included), a member of the Tamar team is given the exciting challenge of taking absolute full control of the Tamar Twitter account for 24 hours! With Twitter being the fastest growing Social platform on the planet, we figured …

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25 January 2013

Analyse, see and do more with Wolfram|Alpha’s Personal Analytics for Facebook

Computational knowledge engine, Wolfram|Alpha has access to a plethora of real-world data and can now combine that data with your Facebook profile to tell you interesting things you might not otherwise know – thanks to the latest upgrade of ‘Personal Analytics for Facebook’ report generator. ­A user’s Facebook history is a goldmine of rich data and Wolfram|Alpha is using its …

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17 January 2013

Facebook ‘Graph Search’ – Significance to SEO

As discussed in yesterday’s post, Facebook revealed ‘Graph Search’ – an intuitive internal search engine. In its simplistic form, ‘Graph Search’ allows users to search through Facebook, returning results on anything from friend’s recommendations on restaurants to photos of co-workers. The search takes full advantage of the information it receives from check-ins and activities from its users, giving it a …

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16 January 2013

Facebook’s Internal Search Engine – Introducing ‘Graph Search’

For those of you who have been following our blog, you will know that just over a month ago, Tamar’s CEO, Tanya Goodin, predicted that Facebook would unveil its own search engine. Yesterday, at the social network’s Menlo Park headquarters, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook, announced ‘Graph Search’ – an intuitive internal search engine that allows users …

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12 December 2012

See Your 2012 Year Review with Facebook

Today, Facebook has rolled out the opportunity to see your *biggest* 20 moments on Facebook from this year. As well as the top 20 moments, from *your life on Facebook*,  it shows a selection of photos, how many friends you’ve made this year and how many pages you’ve liked. It has also selected your biggest Facebook photo albums, along with a selection of other …

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21 November 2012

Pinterest Launch New Accounts for Businesses!

Pinterest have launched business accounts. The image-centric social network wants to help more businesses provide great content on their platform and make it easy to pin from their websites. These accounts feature new tools and resources specifically for professionals, such as brands, small businesses, and bloggers. This initiative aims to bring in more brands to the website. Ultimately, Pinterest want businesses to get …

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