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Facebook has unveiled their App Cenre, given Mobile Pages and Facelift and provided deeps analytics tools.
The ethics of paying your writers in the digital age.
Product boxes, old ads, outdated signs, ancient packaging. These are the marketing materials that served their purpose once upon a time.
People by Dan Osburn
"Some are tempted to think of life in cyberspace as insignificant, as escape or meaningless diversion. It is not. Our experiences there are serious play. We belittle them at our risk." - Sherry Turkle, Life On The Screen (1995) Last Friday, anyone walking through the doors o ...
There’s been a few changes under the hood at Facebook recently, and we’re not just talking about the recent Instagram acquisition. Here’s everything you need to know about the 3 most interesting recent changes: ...
by Luke Norton
Lasting relationships are built on sharing. This is true both in life and online. Facebook is the natural home for brands to maintain loving, caring interactions with their customers. But many companies view their community as a captive audience, where they can force product down people’s newsfeeds whilst completely ignoring customer se ...
Launched in October 2011, Zeebox is a free interactive social experience which capitalises on the dual screening phenomenon by bringing users closer to their favourite TV programmes. The Social TV platform is a hit with viewers and broadcasters alike.
Tumblr is the UK’s second-most popular social network, but it is talked about much less than Facebook, Twitter or even newcomers like Pinterest or Highlight.
Welcome to the reboot: where we reset for the ascendancy of social business.
I have been chewing over the unresolved drama of Google+ for a while. Reading the obituaries and early knee jerk analysis it seemed that Google h ...