The news that Klout is to close (suspiciously on the same day that the dreaded GDPR is coming into force) has not exactly been greeted with a round of wailing and gnashing of teeth on social media – especially among the professionals. It had huge flaws, it was easily gamed and it was widely dismissed… Read more »
There’s a new Google Assistant smart speaker in the pipeline and it looks like it might just be almost perfect…
Is Google Chrome slow or are you getting the ‘not responding’ message? Here’s a simple trick to make it speedy again!
Blogging can be hard to do, so here are some tips for bloggers. But will you take the #5BlogChallenge?
The results are in for the 2015 Facebook Fatigue Survey. Find out more here…
One week on, the results of the voting looked very different – but did Libération’s Whatsapp experiment look different too?
Libération’s attempt to cover the 2015 Regional Elections using WhatsApp wasn’t perfect – but at least they tried.
During a recent webinar, I was asked about Facebook Fatigue – but there’s precious little research.
Maps for everything from Minecraft to Pubs to Elections!
The UK’s Ordinance Survey has been working hard on the OpenData maps project – and it’s a winner.
CSR – More than just fluffy marketing
Seeing as we are among friends, I’m hoping we can speak freely. Some businesses see their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as just a bit of fluffy marketing – something that has to be done because other people do it and it looks good.
#CMAD presents: What Is A Community?
What is a social media community and can it be nurtured? These are just a couple of the ideas that we discussed on CMAD 2015.
New Twitter Dashboard
If you’re looking for a decent insight into your Twitter reach and interaction levels, Twitter is now giving everyone access to their analytics – something previously only available to advertisers.