Category Archives: Social Media

Finally Google+ implements something I can sell to my editors

Have you seen? Have you heard? Google+ has added a nifty little feature – a view count for profiles and pages! Dan Barker, whose online knowledge and ability to find out things I bow down to, notes it up on … Continue reading

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Is anyone using the 4 image upload on Twitter?

  Short answer, no. Or rather, not yet. The only one I could spot on my Twitter feed was the official account for Twitter in the UK. Now admittedly this particular update¬†was apparently only been rolled out to iPhone users, … Continue reading

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Is LinkedIn intentionally spamming me?

Seriously, no joke. Is LinkedIn trying to get all of its messages labelled as Spam and sent to the unsubscribe bin? Because that’s what’s going to happen if they don’t undo whatever they did and STOP SENDING ME A DOZEN … Continue reading

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Interviewly makes Reddit AMAs readable

Reddit scares me. There I’ve said it. It’s not the content, or the creepyness, or the fact that are entire subReddits dedicated to some really dark and disturbing stuff. No, it’s the appearance of the thing. I just can’t handle … Continue reading

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Uses for Tumblr #2 – not just another social media site

Tumblr has yet to become quite as commercialised as some of the other social media platforms.¬†About the only overly commercial posts I ever seen on Tumblr (all since Yahoo took over, boo hiss) have been for horror movies. But that’s … Continue reading

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Uses for Tumblr #1 – Anonymity

In one of the various other guises I wear online I’ve spent a lot of time on Tumblr in the past year. I joined to try and figure out what, if any, uses there were for a blogging platform with … Continue reading

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What LinkedIn did next

Back in my early days of my current job I used to run lunchtime digital training sessions and the first one I ever led was about LinkedIn. It was key, I thought. Here is a social media site full of … Continue reading

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