Facebook for business: your questions answered

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Remember when Facebook was used solely for keeping in contact with friends and family across the world? When Mark Zuckerberg created ‘Thefacebook’ in 2004 (yes, that was its original name) we’re sure he didn’t expect it to be the phenomenon it is today. With 1.44 billion monthly active users and 936 million daily active users… Read more »

Social reader apps appear to plummet in usage, but not due to user experience

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Have you ever seen enticing and interesting headlines appearing in your news feed, and clicked on them only to be greeted by this app? It’s an infuriating experience and feels quite privacy-invasive, particularly when it states that ‘This app may post on your behalf’. This is the current state of what has come to be… Read more »

Are social search signals a true representation of reliable results?

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Social media is pervading every single part of life – I’m sure we’re not far off art galleries installing ‘Like’ buttons and classic literature with it’s own ‘re-tweet’ capabilities. However, perhaps the most pressing of social media’s invasion is its increasing effects on rankings in search. The Conversation Prism has created a fantastic (and visually-striking)… Read more »

Facebook purchase Instagram in billion dollar deal, but why?

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Billion dollar Facebook deal shows increasing promise in digital property and apps, but not everyone is happy…   Instagram goes mainstream; hipsters angered; and app designers simultaneously slap their foreheads whilst muttering “Why didn’t I think of that?” But, what exactly does this mean?   As I’m sure you’ve heard (because social media is pretty… Read more »