Content promotion isn’t rocket science, it does however, when done right, take almost as much time as the content creation process itself.
There’s no denying that the web is full of snake oil salesmen, and with the explosion of social media, there is no shortage of charlatans looking to make a quick buck, establishing themselves as consultants and ‘social media experts’. Experts my arse. Give a man a Twitter account, and he’ll tweet for a day. Teach […]
Sometimes you come across marketing creativity that really makes you sit up and take notice. When faced with the unenviable task of searching for a job, and marketing yourself, the web and social media provides a variety of opportunities that wouldn’t work with other mediums. This collection of creative job hunters have thought outside the […]
Ex-Googler Vanessa Fox, and the team at NineByBlue have produced this great infographic using data collated from Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project and Project for Excellence in Journalism. More information available here @ State of the Media 2011. Click to see it full size.
A number of ways to visualise checkins are available on the web, this post summarises just some of them rockin’ the location web scene at the minute.
If you hadn’t already heard – Digg is dying. Yes, the social media monolith, that used to make servers administrators shake with fear at its mere mention, is leaking users and cool points faster than Kevin Rose. It’s no surprise he has chosen to distance himself and concentrate on other projects. Traffic is down, and […]
Now that Google have admitted that social signals from platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are going to be used in their algorithm for ranking, its never been more important to start building influence. So how do you determine your social media influence?
A recent study by the IAB shows visitor behaviour on Facebook and Youtube, this post summarises the results of those findings.