YouTube have announced that its users are now uploading video content to the site at a rate of 35 hours worth of video per minute!
Superb state of the blogging nation report from Technorati paints an interesting picture of how bloggging is evolving.
Rockmelt has arrived on the scene. RockMelt was build around the premise that current web browsers aren’t designed to utilise the way we use the modern web. The internet is no longer passive, but a hub of communication, interaction and sharing.
A recent study has revealed that the average new media user follows an average of five brands online. What is the secret to success when trying to attract followers?
It was announced last week that the once prolific social networking site, Myspace is undergoing a major site redesign (complete with snazzy new logo). MySpace was once the most popular […]
Mark Squires, Director of Social Media at Nokia explains why their social media strategy is so good. Great ideas for your brand’s presence.
Sponsored videos, promoted tweets and facebook ads: Social media ad spend s on the rise, but will the click through rates increase too?
Earlier this week Yahoo! revealed its latest move in the ‘social game’ and announced that just like Google and Bing, it has also struck a deal with Twitter to integrate […]
Perhaps one of the questions that we hear most these days is how businesses should embrace social media. We have migrated from “We need a website” to “We need to […]
Integrating Facebook and Twitter: Facebook page admins can now simultaneously post updates on both social networks for content distribution.
Marta Kagan’s slideshow explains what social media really means. Conversations, dialogue and popularity are all covered in this presentation.
Publishing personal details on Facebook versus the realtive anonymity Google provides – the battle of targeted advertising continues.