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Does Twitter need to sell itself a little more?

So, last month Twitter announced £86m losses up to Q2 of 2014 – triple their losses for the same period last year, but supposedly there is no cause for panic. CEO Dick Costolo, claimed: “strong financial and operating results for the second quarter show the continued momentum of our business”. It would appear the old [...]

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Did you forget how to be kind?

The world woke up yesterday to the gutting news that actor Robin Williams had died. Suddenly the internet was buzzing with quotes, film clips, pictures and memories. You name it, BuzzFeed has probably already created a gif for it. Hollywood giants tweeted touching words filled with respect and admiration for their talented friend. Fans went [...]


A Guide to Facebook Life after the Like-Gating Ban

So now you’re finally up to date with Facebook policy – looks like it’s time for another new update. Facebook has just released Graph API v2.1, an update that includes two changes to the social network’s policy, the most significant of which is a ban on like-gated competitions, apps and social plug-ins as of 5th [...]

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Panda 4.0: The Fall Out.

Last month, Head of Webspam at Google, Matt Cutts confirmed the news every SEO practitioner had been debating for the past 6 months: Google were rolling out their latest algorithm update – Panda 4.0 – and it was going to be a big one. Even those who aren’t overly-familiar with the practices of SEO are [...]