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This blog was updated in April 2017 to include changes to the slideshow feature. While the rest of us were enjoying a nice long break over Christmas a...
People use social media for lots of reasons such as SEO, Brand awareness and Customer Relations. However at the heart of every social media campaign i...
In my last post I wrote about how the book “Hatching Twitter “ has influenced how I view the many changes that Twitter has made in 2015. At ...
We were early adopters of social media and we have used it successfully for both us and the businesses we work with. As you will know if you also use ...
I've already seen two! What am I talking about? Is it goals scored by Man Utd? Apple watches? No its Christmas TV adverts during Downton Abbey. So I w...
Facebook tried to buy Twitter. Celebrities desperate to visit, and occasionally buy, Twitter. A clash of personalities and egos in and out of the boar...
Once again recently people have fallen for a hoax that asks you to copy and paste a status update that will save you paying £5.99 or $5.99 otherwise y...
Many of us who have used Social Media for a long time have grown used to getting a lot of exposure for free. However in recent times that exposure is ...
You will probably know by now that I am quite choosy about who I connect with on social media. I don’t follow back everyone who follows me on Twitter ...
Facebook has tweaked the newsfeed algorithm again! Following on from the recent change to show you more of what you want to see by taking your likes, ...
Almost a year ago Twitter made its analytics tool available to all users as well as those who run Twitter ads.  I now regularly access this infor...
Sometimes it’s really hard to keep up with social media! This week it's the turn of Facebook to make changes, Twitter have been making some as well bu...
A few weeks ago while writing about changes to Facebook I promised to turn my attention to Twitter. Twitter has also been making changes rec...
The following blog was written during the 2015 General Election Campaign. We've left the article as the points it makes are still relevant when it com...
Are you muscles really tight? Do you have problems with your hamstrings? Well if you have either of these issues you know that stretching out twice a ...
If you ever doubted the importance of Twitter in our lives it’s prominence in last week’s major news stories can have left you in no doubt. It occurre...
A few weeks ago Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook announced that 30 million small businesses have Facebook pages. While this figure is impressive it do...
One of the most frequent things we are asked is “how do you  do  Social Media?”  Obviously you do have to  do  certain things...
I recently wrote a post for LinkedIn pulse that got a much larger number of pageviews than anything I’ve written previously. (Yes I was chuffed) I’m s...
Since the turn of the year Facebook has been penalising “over promotional” posts – to be fair we were warned.  However it seems lots of people ar...

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