In the ever changing world of technology, you can blink and miss events that could change the future and if you happened to blink late last night that’s what might of happened to you. Google as we know it is no more and in its place? Alphabet.
Facebook has thrown its hat into the search engine ring, going toe to toe with giants Google. Over the past few weeks, Facebook has been testing out its own in app search engine in an effort to keep its audiences contained within their sphere of influence
Thanks to a new deal between Google and Twitter tweets will become visible in Google’s search results as soon as they’re posted. Basically, the deal gives Google automatic access to the stream of content being poured out by Twitters 284 million users. Here are 3 things you need to know as a marketer.
Do you want your Twitter account to gain more exposure? There are a few simple techniques which will increase the chance of your account showing up in Twitter and Google searches.
Tumblr is no longer just for bloggers. If you are really serious about running a thorough social media strategy which covers all the basis then Tumblr needs to be an arm you really explore. If you have feared using the teen orientated website before you shouldn’t any longer. 420 million people now use the platform with over 900 posts generated every second.
Almost all of us at some time or another have quite frankly lost our rag at the seemingly never ending stream of Candy Crush and Farmville invites, but many people may not know that there is a whole world of Facebook apps out there.
When you’re finished looking at all the pretty vintage dresses and DIY hacks, take a moment to see how you can make Pinterest a tool to grow your business. Follow the few simple tips below, to discover how Pinterest can help you get your products and services seen by new and engaged customers.
In case you missed it the Super Bowl just happened, and if you’re not interested in the sporting side of things we’re sure you’ll be interested in the social marketing side. So who were the big winners and losers of the Superbowl this year? And no, we’re not talking about the Patriots or the Seahawks!
The Financial Times announced Facebook are working on Facebook at Work, which will offer document sharing abilities and other enterprise based functionality. It is said your personal account would be completely separate from your Facebook at Work account. Whilst Facebook haven’t released anything officially, the pretty strong rumours and numerous anonymous sources from the Financial Times article suggests this is not only in the pipeline but is being piloted in London. A more pressing question: why would any enterprise choose a Facebook at Work tool over a Google, Microsoft or IBM based product (who by the way, have been doing