Posts Tagged ‘blog’

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Introducing Spotlight: The Model for Identifying Influencers | Health and Beauty

2 April 2013 | Sarah Graveling

Blogging originally started off as a way for ordinary people to digitally document everyday life in the form of online diaries. However, within the last decade or so, the blogging trend has dramatically evolved causing [...]

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TWIST! This week in social/search @TamarUK : 5-9th November

12 November 2012 | Lily Shanahan

This week we published four blogs from the Tamar Team. If you didn’t get the opportunity to read them take a look now: 1. #Socialmedia How to successfully use social media for sales: Discussed research surrounding [...]

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Dear bloggers – if you want interaction, make it easy…

11 August 2010 | Henry Elliss

As somebody who spends a fair bit of time reading and research industry news for my job – as well as commenting on blogs in my spare time too – I get very frustrated about [...]

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Twitter adds ads, but not as we had expected…

14 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

The savvy-thinkers over at Twitter finally made a much-anticipated announcement this week – that they’re finally ready to allow advertising on their website. Industry pundits have been speculating for over a year now on how [...]

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Where oh where are the CEO blogs?

8 October 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Blogging appears to be the hot topic of the week. On Monday, the US Federal Trade Commission issued a blogger clamp down. Then on Wednesday, I came across two interesting blog-related posts. In the morning [...]

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Blog posts on Google expanded

15 July 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Additional blog descriptions now included Searching for digital cameras this morning I noticed that the blog descripitons have now been extended to include more detail. Previously there was just the heading and then some limited [...]

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Flocking Sociable

2 June 2009 | Alex Christie

For those of you that can empathise with me as I enjoy a bit of tittle-tattle with my neighbour over the garden fence, welcome to Flock. Whilst this may conjure images of Robert De Niro [...]