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FarmVille is bigger than Twitter

2 December 2009 | Annie Wakefield

Say what? For those who don’t know, FarmVille is a (rather addictive) Facebook app which allows ‘farmers’ to develop their very own little patch of land, complete with tractors, barns, woodsheds and fences…not to mention […]

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Top words and phrases of 2009 provide insight into global psyche

1 December 2009 | Annie Wakefield

I’m a copywriter and something of a closet linguist – I just love languages: the way they change and grow and can be manipulated and… well, don’t get me started – so when I came […]

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Windows 7 – A record setting first month

25 November 2009 | Alex Christie

Windows 7 has now been available to the public for a little more than a month and I thought I would tell you about some interesting facts I gathered whilst using Microsoft’s latest OS. Firstly, […]

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Stop. Think. Post!

24 November 2009 | Milly Diaz

According to new reports, a Canadian-woman lost her long-term health benefits because of pictures she posted on Facebook. The woman’s insurance company apparently accessed her Facebook profile and used posted pictures to build a case […]

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Social Search and SEO integration

16 November 2009 | Alex Christie

I recently read a number of really insightful blogs detailing the case that social search maybe a realistic threat to the future of SEO, but as insightful as they were I can’t help but oppose […]

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Google Caffeine live soon

10 November 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Google Caffeine on a datacenter near you  – soon You may remember that back in August we announced that Google was updating their infrastructure and the process was called caffeine. On the back of that […]

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Tunes just a click away

29 October 2009 | Alex Christie

This week see’s Google make a significant step forward in its quest to provide users with ever more accessible information by releasing a new music attribute to its search listings. The new music features provides […]

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Windows 7 – what’s all the fuss about?

21 October 2009 | Alex Christie

This week is the official launch of Windows 7, the operating system that Microsoft is banking on to minimise the damage done by its predecessor, Vista. I have not received my own copy yet, but […]

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How lists may change the Twitter landscape

19 October 2009 | Annie Wakefield

In all honesty, I don’t make the most of Twitter when it comes to all its features and uses. I prefer to follow people, while limiting the number of people I allow to follow me. […]

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The new star of YouTube – Adwords!

14 October 2009 | Alex Christie

It seems after a painfully long time, Google is finally applying their AdWords system to YouTube, allowing UK advertisers to serve keyword targeted video content to the masses. Google isn’t overcomplicating things, by applying their […]

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