Social Media & Online PR

Facebook changes that will affect your ‘Brand’ on the 11th March 2009

Facebook are about to roll out major changes that will inherently change the way we use Facebook. But before we talk about Facebook evolving to encourage connection with strangers, or the effect that the Newsfeed’s replacement with Facebook Stream will have on user behaviour, we have important news for Marketers.

What snowballs can teach us about free advertising with Facebook Pages

Following my last post on here about big fish I though I should write something useful! I’ve been reading a lot of buzz lately, particularly in the affiliate space about Facebook advertising and getting the most out of the Facebook PPC channel. While facebook ads have got potential, its really early days. Facebook ads are […]

Video SEO – The Foundations

Yesterday at the SES Conference in London Amanda Watlington and Joseph Morin discussed the best practices for optimising your video content. Videos can create a lot of interest, gain inbound and outbound links and generate website traffic, however search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN are not yet able to read video content so […]

Twestival for Twits or a Service Worth Celebrating?

Twitter, the micro-blogging phenomenon, has achieved a frantic amount of press recently thanks largely to the likes of high profile TV presenters such as Jonathon Ross and Stephen Fry utilising the service and updating their following fans (in the thousands) via Tweets. Today is the date of Twestival, the 24-hour global Twitter fest that aims […]

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