Category Archives: social media

Google Hummingbird

October 15th, 2013

Hummingbird: how will Google’s new algorithm affect your business?

Did you know that earlier this month Google launched a new algorithm for the first time in over ten years? In Internet terms, new launches don’t get any more important than this! Yet this news seems to have passed most businesses by, when instead it should be top-tabled and strategies discussed in order to adapt and capitalise.
If your business… read more

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October 11th, 2013

Why bigger is not always better. The shift to local marketing.

Big data has been big news for retailers for several years. The opportunities huge data sets present has led many UK retailers to focus on building up big databases of email addresses and attracting the largest possible social media followings across multiple channels. However, I would ask these retailers to take a moment to stop and question this as their… read more

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September 27th, 2013

Where to draw the line with social media in the workplace

Over the past decade, there has been a social media explosion – 10 years ago, not many people used social networks; back then, platforms such as MySpace and YouTube dominated the social media landscape but were both confined to being used in western countries during peoples’ spare time – and not often used by many people over 20 years old!… read more

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September 20th, 2013

Location: Why it matters?

I think it’s probably safe to assume that the majority of people who read this article make use of online maps; whether it be Multimap, RAC, Tom Tom, Navteq, Nokia, Bing, Google or Apple, the utility of being able to quickly figure out how to get from point A to B is critical to our daily lives.
As consumers, we… read more