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Blogger Regulation: A good thing

6 October 2009 | Milly Diaz

According to new rules revealed Monday by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, American-based bloggers must tell their readers when they’ve been paid and/or given free stuff to review products. Failure to disclose quid pro quo could […]

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Social Climbing With Twitter

29 September 2009 | Tanya Goodin

At last week’s Net Imperative Twitter or Bitter debate, one of the panellist commented, “Facebook is for people you used to know, Twitter is for people you want to know.” In my opinion, the panellist’s […]

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Are you on the Twitter blacklist?

29 September 2009 | Milly Diaz

This past weekend, I discovered that tweets from Aaron Williams, Tamar’s Head of Technology (@bayshield), aren’t showing up in Twitter search results. I noticed it on Sunday while I was monitoring tweets about The Prince’s […]

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How did anti-social become social?

25 September 2009 | Tanya Goodin

If the history of the world was compressed into 1 year, homosapiens would have been around for 12 minutes, agriculture for 1 minute, the industrial revolution was 2 seconds ago, computers have been around for […]

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Twitter in Pole Position

16 September 2009 | Alex Christie

I’m a huge F1 racing fan. Most people find this odd, those cars seem to just follow each other round in a noisy procession for an hour and a half, occasionally stopping for a pit […]

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Facebook hits 300m users – but has UK peaked?

16 September 2009 | Henry Elliss

The guys at Facebook – or to be more accurate, the top guy, Mark Zuckerberg – announced yesterday via their blog that Facebook is now reaching 300 million users around the globe. A remarkable milestone, […]

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Facebook adds status tagging – now live in UK

15 September 2009 | Henry Elliss

Anybody logging in to Facebook today will be greeted with a snazzy new functionality to play with – which might give you a little sense of de-ja-vu if you’re a Twitter user too… Yes, Facebook […]

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Tamar @ Twestival (including photos…!)

11 September 2009 | Henry Elliss

Regular readers will know that we like to support charity here at Tamar – our own TLC being just the tip of the iceberg – so it was no big surprise when we decided to […]

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Our first Measurement Camp

11 September 2009 | Henry Elliss

Early on Thursday morning, myself and couple of Tamar colleagues were lucky enough to be invited to join the “Measurement Camp” gang at their monthly meet-up. I’ve known of Measurement Camp for a while now […]

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Is Twitter more use to brands than Facebook?

11 September 2009 | Sarah Graveling

Just over a year ago all the big brands were popping up on Facebook.  Creating games, competitions or other methods of engagement and then proudly showing how many fans they had gained. With Twitter becoming […]

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