16 March 2009

Which under performing website would you most like to redesign?

The site that I would redesign is soundslive.co.uk. Having looked and used this website site, it is really difficult to read the product categories on the left navigation. The last time I used the site I was looking for a guitar hardcase for one of my guitars. From a quick glance at the left product category navigation, I failed to …

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16 March 2009

Coca Cola doing the right thing on Facebook

There is a great story on AdAge today detailing the rise in popularity of the Coca Cola Facebook fan page, and how it came to be, despite not being ('scuse the ironic pun) quite 'The Real Thing'… In a nutshell (for those of you that don't have time to read the full article), the story is interesting because the page …

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16 March 2009

Facebook Top 10 – Italy & Spain in, Sweden & Norway out

As regular readers of this blog will know, I keep a very close eye on the way Facebook is spreading around different countries via the Facebook Ad Tool, which you can access if you maintain any Facebook ads or fan pages. Rather than give you another graph showing the top 10, I thought it would be interesting this week to …

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16 March 2009

Apple to unveil iPhone update

The rumour has it that Apple will unveil new fetures of its iPhone at a special event, it is holding this week. Apple sent out multiple invitations to a showcase at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, which it says will give people an "advance preview of what we're currently building". Even though some opinion that the company is working on …

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13 March 2009

Cybersquatting on Twitter

Twitter, the micro-blogging website, has been seen as hosting of a new form of cybersquatting. A number of high-profile celebrity names have been taken by people and fake updates posted. But it not only celebrity names that is being affected as big brand names such as Adidas, South West Trains, Coca-Cola and Sainsbury have proven to be fake profiles on …

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12 March 2009

It’s Google Voice!

Google has finally put GrandCentral (a service acquired 2 years ago) to good use, after being delayed since July 2007. The small number of GrandCentral users are the first to check out Google's new service called 'Google Voice'. Google Voice looks very similar to Gmail. You're able to retrieve transcripts of your voicemail, archive and search all your sent and …

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12 March 2009

SE0 for Web3.0

To many, Web 3.0 is something called the Semantic Web, a term coined by Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the World Wide Web. Perhaps more important than any other aspect of the internet, the future should be approached strategically in the present. So what does Web 3.0 have in store for SEO? What strategy changes will have to be …

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12 March 2009

Facebook Facelift

What are the changes that Facebook has made, and how will the benefit the user? The interaction aspect of Facebook on the Home Page has changed significantly, the most notable and note worthy change being real-time stream of information and “The Publisher". Perhaps the most exiting change for most day to day Facebook users, (mostly everyone), is the ever popular …

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12 March 2009

Adopt-a-blog #32 – Style Bubble

Despite the ongoing effects of the credit crunch, I believe that it's still important to dress your best and if possible dress to impress! The Account Management team here at Tamar definitely lead the way with Simran being the best account manager at being glam.  I myslef am a huge fan of collecting fashion magazines, however, i find myself becoming …

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11 March 2009

Interest Based Advertising.

Adsense announced today that they will be directing more direct ads to their clients users by getting the niche correctly. Why would you be interested in cars and be getting ads more directed at baby formula. Marketing companies spend a huge amount of money on these campaigns and for them to go to the wrong audience. They will use a …

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