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Google Remove G+ Photos From Google Authorship14th July 2014

Just recently, Google decided to remove the Google Plus photos from their Google Authorship feature. This bit of news has been a shock to many – and the big question is why – why would Google kill a feature that is meant to help make our valuable content stand out? Google authorship is a handy […]

How to Follow the World Cup via Twitter23rd June 2014

So the World Cup is upon us, and this year has become as much of an event in the digital and social sphere as it has on the pitch. No matter where you are, whether you want to know about the World Cup or not – social media weaves us all together giving us all a […]

Facebook Redesign for Company Pages13th June 2014

Back in March, Facebook announced that they will be introducing a new homepage design for company pages. Their aim being to make it easier for people to find the information they want and give page admins easy access to the tools they use most. Not all pages were introduced to this feature, but as of […]

Lessons any brands or business on Twitter can learn from Xbox5th June 2014

As a trainer and consultant in social media – I’m always looking for case studies and best practice to share. Even though I’ve never entered the ‘gaming’ world personally – I certainly think they know a thing or two about developing and engaging communities. Their products enable you to be ‘social online’ and virtually ‘play’ […]

Social Media – Great – But Don’t Kill Yourself30th May 2014

According to the BBC, a recent RAC survey found out that 20% of 17 to 19-year-olds admitted using Facebook or Twitter while driving. That’s a huge number of people who can’t resist checking their social media news feeds mid car journey. We all know what it’s like to be stuck in gridlock traffic, bored out […]