The social media industry continues to grow. Listed here is a roundup of some recent milestones that we think are more than worthy of a mention.
Google has rolled out a new tool to help Google users manage their online reputation.
A recent study has revealed that Facebook is the most popular marketing channel amongst US local business owners.
Last week it came to light that Facebook was testing real-time, ‘Happening Now’ news feeds – Twitter rip-off or smart new feature?
The social meets SEO debate is an interesting one. In this post, we’ll be looking at a few ways to optimise Facebook pages for search.
In an effort to state it’s social savviness, The Sunday Times has launched The Social List – a fun spin on it’s annual ‘Rich List’.
Facebook has announced a new feature that allows users to tag brands and celebrities in their photos. Another gift for big brands?
People are quick to assume that social media can solve all their problems, but is it right for every business?
Data from Q1 2011 suggests that Facebook now accounts for almost a third of all online display advertising impressions in the US.
A recent study suggests that the majority of ‘big brands’ are failing to optimise their social media pages for SEO – does this really matter?
A recent survey suggests that Fcebook is becoming an increasingly popular and beneficial marketing tool with US business owners.
Facebook has unveiled its highly anticipated Questions feature, how will brands embrace this new engagement opportunity?