Social Media

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Spotify moves to become a social music platform

27 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

In a move that will inevitably be seen as a response to the recent hype around mFlow and their ‘Social Music Store’, Spotify have announced a raft of new features today. The most significant of [...]

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Facebook wants to rule the world (wide web)

22 April 2010 | Milly Diaz

On Wednesday, Facebook announced at its big developer conference F8 that, basically, it intends to be the center of the social media world. Through something called the ‘Open Graph’ their plan is to aggregate all [...]

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Facebook gets even more connected

20 April 2010 | Annie Wakefield

Facebook is about making connections. And as Facebook has evolved over the years, these connections have extended beyond the realm of people you know, to include organisations, interests and more. Pages and groups are two [...]

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Twitter adds ads, but not as we had expected…

14 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

The savvy-thinkers over at Twitter finally made a much-anticipated announcement this week – that they’re finally ready to allow advertising on their website. Industry pundits have been speculating for over a year now on how [...]

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7 more Facebook tips you may not know

12 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

A couple of years ago I wrote a post on this blog called “9 Facebook Tips That You Might Not Know” – a reasonably in-depth but by no-means exhaustive list of some useful how-to’s for [...]

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Marketing with Chatroulette

8 April 2010 | Alex Christie

One of the hottest new online destinations is Chatroulette, a website which randomly connects users with other visitors for a random video chatting experience. Chatroulette is largely uncensored and while there’s an age requirement of [...]

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Facebook’s Latest Statistics

7 April 2010 | Alex Christie

Facebook recently released some statistics about their social networking platform, and some of the numbers released paint a very vivid picture of how influential the site is. It is no longer just another website, but [...]

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Curiosity doesn’t always kill the cat

6 April 2010 | Milly Diaz

I am quite a nut about protecting my privacy on the ‘internets’ but boy do I love ‘playing’ Foursquare and Gowalla (yes, I am active on both). I finally read something this weekend that helped [...]

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Foursquare’s Whoops!: We’ve Seen it Before and We’ll Probably See it Again

29 March 2010 | Milly Diaz

On Friday, Foursquare found itself red in the face when it was revealed that the company forgot to renew its domain name ownership.  People who tried to access on Friday and Saturday were re-directed [...]

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Innovation is NOT Dead

25 March 2010 | Alex Christie

Twitter. Facebook. Digg. Gowalla. Flickr. Buzz… There’s an ever-growing list of platforms which businesses can tap into and create a profitable online social media presence. Many companies have already jumped on these opportunities, building creative [...]