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TWIST | Tamar | The Week In Social/Search from Tamar 21st – 25th January 2013

28 January 2013 | Lily Shanahan

We published two blogs in the last seven days. If you didn’t get a chance to read them, then you can check them out now: 1. Analyse, see and do more with Wolfram|Alpha’s Personal Analytics [...]

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Twitter introduces Vine

25 January 2013 | Lily Shanahan

Twitter enables you to share your thoughts, your feelings, your opinions, your edited-photos and now your videos. Well – provided they’re 6 seconds! Twitter has just introduced ‘Vine’, a service that allows you to create [...]

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

25 January 2013 | Christine Andres

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 [...]

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TWIST- The Week In Social/Search from Tamar 14th-18th January 2013

21 January 2013 | Lily Shanahan

We published three blogs in the last seven days. If you didn’t get a chance to read them, then you can check them out now: 1. Google Cracks Down on Authorship – Google could soon introduce Author rank [...]

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Facebook ‘Graph Search’ – Significance to SEO

17 January 2013 | Siobhan Swainston

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 [...]

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

16 January 2013 | Aqil Rouf

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 [...]

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Google Cracks Down on Authorship

16 January 2013 | Siobhan Swainston

In an attempt to reward credible sources on the internet and filter out the spam Google could introduce what is known as Author rank.  Author rank works by assessing the reception of content written and [...]

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Online vs. High Street – The Fight Continues…

2 January 2013 | Lily Shanahan

2012 saw the highest annual total spend on digital entertainment ever. Over £1bn was spent on digital films, music and games. Director of the General Entertainment Retailers Association, Kim Barley, said that breaking the £1bn [...]

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24th December- Remember When The Queen Parachuted into the Olympic Stadium?

24 December 2012 | Liz Morray

24th December : The Queen Parachutes into the Olympic Stadium: The Queen, yes, that’s right, not only did she celebrate her Diamond Jubilee this year, she also agreed to take part in the opening ceremony. [...]

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23rd December- Remember the Olympics Opening Ceremony?

23 December 2012 | Helen Booth

23rd December:  All that British cynicism and apathy finally vanished, as we were all stunned by Danny Boyle’s creative, eccentric and totally, wonderfully British opening ceremony.  ‘Isles of wonder’ featured athletes from over 200 countries. [...]