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Twitter support technology #FAIL

6 October 2009 | Tanya Goodin

If you’re a regular reader of the Tamar blog (or indeed, if you follow any of our prolific tweeters on Twitter itself) you will know how much we love the micro-blogging platform du-jour. Not only [...]

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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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Don’t forget about Wolfram Alpha

6 October 2009 | Alex Christie

Wolfram Alpha had a large surge of traffic a few months back when it launched and was lauded by some as “the Google killer”. “Killer” it was not, nor was it ever intended to be. [...]

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Web design trends 2009

5 October 2009 | Alex Christie

I have written a previous post on common web design trends last year, as it is important to keep in touch with what is happening in the web design industry – to remain cutting edge [...]

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Google Update Adds New Search features

2 October 2009 | Alex Christie

In a week when many people are returning their invites to Microsoft’s Windows 7 Launch Party, 100,000 others are waiting by their inbox for their Google Wave invitation, eager to test out the latest (and [...]

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Online is bigger than TV

30 September 2009 | Tanya Goodin

So PricewaterhouseCoopers tells us today as TV’s 50 year reign as the UK’s leading medium is over, with TV accounting for only 21.9% of all advertising spend compared to online’s 23.5%. Well the inevitable has [...]

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Bing in the UK – Hope for Microsoft?

29 September 2009 | Alex Christie

They say the bigger they are, the harder they fall. Well that is certainly what Google’s competitors must be hoping. So the latest search stats from across the pond must have caused some people to [...]

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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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How Google is going to keep the market share

29 September 2009 | Alex Christie

Google has the lions share of the search market, and there isn’t an end in sight, the sheer flexibility and rate at which the search giant can implement new technology and adjust to an ever [...]

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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 [...]