Daily Archives: 5 January, 2012
John Flexman, 34, says he hacked off his bosses after he clicked one of the standard boxes on LinkedIn to say he was interested in other “career opportunities”. Considering that LinkedIn is a very useful glorified CV membership alone enough should be enough to get us all the boot, no? Read More
According to Gartner’s latest figures issued earlier this month, Smartphone sales reached 115m units worldwide and account for 26% of all mobile phone sales. It goes without saying that if your customers are adopting smartphones and spending increasing amounts of time in the digital world, then you should be too.
Unfortunately many brands racing ahead with the digital revolution are stumbling across a big obstacle along the way to their goal: a limited knowledge of how their customers are connecting to them, their services and one another through these mobile devices. Read More
The football world has a chequered history when it comes to social media, from Joey Barton’s rants on Twitter to Rio Ferdinand’s eloquent rebuttal of Sepp Blatter’s “there’s no racism in football”.
Now Manchester City is taking its chances on Twitter with a competition it is running ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup clash with Manchester United.
New darling of the Republican right, Rick Santorum, might have come within eight votes of snatching the Iowa caucus from Mitt Romney and won plaudits in the media, but he has an image problem online where he has been associated with has long been associated with bodily fluids.
The former Pennsylvania Senator Santorum, who has backing from tea party supporters, religious voters and other conservatives, is under attack for his criticism of same-sex marriage. Read More
As one year starts to morph into another, its time for that perennial favourite – the trend predictions! Now, firstly predictions are a dark art as we all know and secondly, just like Rome, trends aren’t going to pop up overnight, they already exist – I am merely predicting which ones I think will come nicely onto the boil in the next 12 months… Read More