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By
Ben

01
November
2009
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  • Google
  • Social Media

With Twitter seemingly taking over the world (I believe it started by taking control of Stephen Fry’s mind), Facebook now accounting for a quarter of all worldwide page views; and a fifth of all Internet users now sharing status updates, it was only a matter of time before the search engines realised they needed to […]


By
Andy

25
August
2009
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  • Social Media

I am now completely incapable of standing still and doing nothing. In the queue for a coffee in the morning I will be checking Tweetie or Facebook on my iPhone. I do this in spite of two realisations I get every time I open these apps – 1) it’s 7am and no one else is […]


By
Corinne

27
May
2009
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  • Social Media

Twitter is about to unveil a major revamp of its search capabilities. New features will include a links search and ranking by ‘user reputation’. Twitter Search currently searches only the words within tweets, but changes have been made to the algorithm, meaning that searches will be able to include the links people have tweeted, as […]


By
Andy

30
April
2009
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  • Social Media

Social is the new buzz word. Everyone’s doing it, and everyone’s talking about it. Buzz Tracking, Social Media Monitoring, Perception management – it’s all big business now, with agencies popping up all over the place specialising in this market alone. Meanwhile, marketers are running around trying to get in on the bandwagon which, without proper […]


By
Corinne

25
March
2009
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  • Social Media

The government is now looking into monitoring social networking sites, with a view to using the information gathered to tackle crime gangs and terrorists. Critics are attacking the idea on the basis that tracking the sensitive personal information stored on social networking sites amounts to an infringement of privacy. Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake said […]